Hello everyone! I hope that you all enjoyed a fantastic Valentine's Day and had a relaxing weekend. I can honestly say that this Valentine's Day was the best ever that I have had. My husband is so sweet and caring!
He brought me tulips home then took me to Build-A-Bear to make my very own Hello Kitty! The line was long, but we enjoyed eachother's company while we waited, and it really was the perfect start to a great evening! I'm not a very romantic person so we enjoyed chicken wings, horror movies, and a few shots of vodka to really finish off our evening.
The weekend turned into a Stephen King film fest. I am a big fan of Stephen King, and all horror movies, books, and whatever else I can get my hands on! I'm pretty sure that we watched a good majority of Mr. King's movies from the 70's, 80's, and 90's. It was amazing.
Enough about my weekend! Today, I'm going to share with everyone a great little do it yourself tutorial on how to make a simple bracelet to really start your week off right!
The story behind the braceletLike most things, this bracelet has a story behind it. My husband is a mechanic at heart and always will be. Unfortunately, that means that I have an endless supply of nuts, bolts, and screws just laying around my house. Actually, now that we're in the new place, I'm trying to implement a new storage system for his tid-bits to keep them off of my floors and in a spot where he can find them when he needs them.
I love miniature things.I have a deep, compassionate love for all things tiny and oversized. Honestly, I think it is because I can either feel like a fairy-sized person or a giant which is always neat. I found super small nuts in my husband's pile of randomness. Honestly, these things are SUPER cute! See, I can make even the manliest things seem girlie. I also have a deep-rooted passion for unique jewelry. So, I combined my two loves to make this super cute bracelet.
Materials you will need:
- Tiny nuts
- needle nose pliers
- Connect the three nuts together using the wire. Simply, put two together and wrap until they are secure.
- Next, repeat step one two more times.
- Connect the bolts to the chain using the wire and connectors.
- Enjoy your new bracelet!
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