Wednesday, July 18, 2012

☩DIY☩ Slave Bracelet

Things you need for this DIY:
✝ a broken necklace
✝ four jumps rings
✝ some chain
✝ a clasp
✝ pliers


Total time:
15 mins


I never throw things away, like to a fault. I do however reuse things as often as I can. This is a great project for pack-rats like me. I used a broken piece of a necklace that I've had for YEARS.




First trim your piece of broken jewelry, mine was a little under 3".



Measure around your middle finger. Add a good amount of slack.



Take the loop and attach it with a jump ring.



Measure around your wrist, cut the appropriate length of chain and attach the center of it, like so.



Add a clasp and done!



12 comments:

  1. That looks gorgeous, I love those kind of bohemian style bracelets, I bought one similar to yours from France a couple of years ago, but I can't find it *sad face*.
    Dreams In A Poppy Field...
    xox

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  2. That looks so pretty xx

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  3. Love it!

    And your nails <3

    Kisses ;)

    http://colorfulpaillettes.blogspot.com

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  4. Nice and easy to make. Must try!

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  5. That looks so so beautiful! Such a great tutorial. Hello new favourite blog!

    Jess xox

    timefortea

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  6. i love this!! i have so many old necklaces that i dont wear anymore. definitly making this! thanks for the idea :)

    -kelly elizabeth

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  7. Wonderful tutorial! I loved the outcome!
    Great post!! I included it in my post Βόλτα στη Γειτονιά #24 :)
    Have a great week!!

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  8. Nice idea! :)
    xoxo

    p-and-p-style.blogspot.com - Check this DIY-Fashion blog out!

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  9. I love it, gorgeous and so delicate looking.....Nice Job

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  10. Wow, this is a great coincidence! I have just got some stuff to make a hand bracelet, but I like this one a lot better, might make both! The other didn't have instructions, so thanks a lot for those.
    Elaine

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  11. What a great idea... I've loads of broken chains and now I know what I can use them for :D

    Thanks for sharing a fab idea

    Lisa
    x

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