July 24, 2012

DIY Simple Bracelet

Hey, dudes.
I know it's been like forever. I have been neglecting you, and that's definitely not cool. But, ya know, it's summer and the beach beckons. You should only know about how blond and tan I am. 

Despite my magnetic attraction to the outdoors, I have been still making some great shit. I had been feeling a bit creatively deflated for a little while, but I'm excited to announce I had a rush of inspiration last night. I could barely sleep I was so excited to make so many things. You best believe that I will be supply shopping this weekend. So much for saving all the moneys...

Confession: I made these little ditties here well over a month ago and never got around to posting. BLOGGER FAIL. But better late than never, is what I, and all other procrastinators, say. 

A simple and chic addition to your arm party:

1. Leather cord from M&J.
2.  Cone jumps from Toho Shoji.
3. Long metal bead from Toho Shoji.
4. Jumps from Toho Shoji. 
5. Lobster clasp from Toho Shoji.
6. Pliers from Michael's.
7. Hot glue gun from Michael's.

Step 1:
Thread the bead onto the cord. Set aside. 

Step 2:
Use the pliers to attach the jump to one cone and the clasp to the second. 

Step 3:
Fill the both cones halfway with hot glue. 

Step 4:
Place one end of the cord in each cone. 

Seeeee. I told you it was simple!!

I might be going back to M&J to check out other colors of leather cord. 

Again, my deepest apologies for all of the silence. I promise I will try to never do that again. I love you. 

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Bethany said...

I LOVE your site! You completely solved my boring electronics problem! I can't wait to start all my new projects (aka everything on here)!

I'mNot"That"Girl said...

I love your blog(: All of your stuff is so cool and you're hilarious. It's time for me to go to Michael's and spend, like. $500 on just craft stuff. Haha

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