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Handmade charm bracelet made using chain, and a stretchy hair tie.
2 chain nose pliers1 round nose pliers
ChainStretchy hair band tieHeadpinPearlCharmSplit JumpringLarge hole bead
This was a last minute bead that I decided to add.
First open the end link of your chain and connect the hair tie and close the link.
Now add the large hole bead to your hair tie.
Place bead on headpin and do a simple wire wrapped loop.
Add the pearl, and owl charm to a open link.
Place other end of chain in your opened chain link.
Now place the opposite end of your hair tie into the open chain link and close the link.
That's it. Cute and simple charm bracelet.
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Really pretty!! I made one but forgot to take pictures (gave it away as a gift) :) great 'ible!
Super beautiful! Wow, love it!!! <3
it's soooo cute
I know someone with rheumatoid arthritis that will love something like this! No tiny fidgety clasps! No beads all over the floor if it breaks! And cute, too!
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