Bored outta your mind? Wanna mess around with those ornament hooks leftover after you decked out the tree? Look no further!
This instructable will show you how to make a curled heart bracelet out of ornament hooks. Lovely.

Step 1: Supplies

You will need:

A pair of needle - nosed pliers
13 Christmas ornament hooks for hearts, and a few more for jump rings
A thimble, maybe
C'est beau et facile !
why don't you add beads to these pieces? excellent instructable.
Genius:D I'll try that next time, thanks.:)
I think this is a great, creative idea and I can't wait to get started! I actually enjoyed reading the instructions! You are witty and free-spirited. I salute you, ;) Thanks for sharing and I'll pay it forward as a gift.
Thank you very much! I appreciate you reading my Instructable, and wish you good luck :)
Great instructable!<br><br>Even thought I wouldn't use the hooks for jewelry (since I'm severely allergic to nickel), I would in fact follow your directions for they are well written and can easily be used for other purposes.
Great idble!!! :D<br><br>For jump rings, the tool you have in the pictures is actually the nest tool for making decent sized jump rings. Simply wrap the wire around the largest round part just before the tool squares :] and of course snip just as you over lap. I make plenty of jump rings this way myself, granted they arent too big but they work :]
Genius, thank you!!! I actually didn't know, heheh, *sheepish grin, rubs back of head*
Yep :] I too have the kit it came with except my tools are red lol!
Very pretty!!
Wow! This is so creative and awesome! I would have never thought to do this. So going to make for a present for someone. Thanks for being so awesome!
If you are having trouble finding/making jump rings check out some of the the chainmail instructables. All basic weaves use jump rings and they are very easy to make with a simple piece of round stock, or a wooden dowel rod and a length of wire. Simply wrap the wire around the rod until you form a spring and then snip the rings one by one to form perfectly round jump rings. With very little time you can have enough rings to last for weeks.
Thanks, I'll try that:)
Sweeeeeet! I will be making this! Thanks for sharing. Have a splendorous day and welcome to Instructables! <br>Sunshiine
Wow! So glad you made this; it looks amazing :)
This is a great idea. The finished project is very pretty!

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Bio: I love creating things for people to 'ooh' and 'aah' about.:)
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