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Step 9: Bonus! Lego bracelets!

I posted this without thinking about bracelets, and as I sat at my desk this morning, it dawned on me... I DIDN'T MAKE ANY BRACELETS!

So here we are. :)

You will need:
  • jump rings
  • enough Legos to fit around your wrist
  • a drill with a 1/16 bit
  • a closure
  • small pliers
Saw this site that has cool Lego Style watches <br> <br>https://hidden-awesome.myshopify.com/
Gorgeous and you are wonderful dear :)
Im making a buisness with these and i think they could rake in some money!
To be honest, I haven't had much success with them. I've been selling the necklaces on etsy for 10 months now and hardly any takers... maybe 4 or 5 sold? Right now I've got them listed at $5 just hoping to get rid of them. :P <br /> <br />The earrings sell like crazy at craft fairs, though, if you do $2-3 a pair. <br /> <br />I think the internet is just too clogged with lego jewelry!
Hi, I've been wanting to make awesome LEGO jewelry for a while now, and I wondered if you might have any specific tips on drilling plastic?
cool, i do this a lot with the huge Lego gears, and the Lego chains(you can adjust size that way) you can definitely go insane with this, great job!
I Have Just One Word For You :<br>A M A Z I N G <br>;D
Ha, thank you!
Looks fun. What if you wore two or three and connected the legos while you were wearing it?
That would be really cute, I bet. I added legos to the larger white one while I was making it and it looked really neat.<br><br>I'm also thinking about using one of the larger flat base legos as a necklace - you could really customize that. :)
You could really go crazy and make huge Lego Bling!
Gold plated Lego bricks!<br><br>Great project! 5 out of 5!
Awesome! I imagine this is exactly the kind of thing that would do fantasic on Think Geek!

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