I'm seeing a lot of Lego jewelry these days, including quite a bit here on Instructables. I decided to jump on the band wagon and make some, and the first thing I thought of was a bracelet made of minifigures. I looked around but i couldn't find any instructions on how to make one, so I designed one myself.

Step 1: What You Need:

- Some Lego minifigures
- 2 Lego 1x1 round bricks
- Leather cord, thin enough to fit through a 1/8" hole
- Glue (I used hot glue because I wanted to get mine done fast, but if you aren't impatient like me it would probably be better to use something else.)
- Scissors
- Drill or rotary tool
- 1/8" drill bit
- Leather cord, thin enough to fit through a 1/8" hole

Step 2: Prep

-Snap the arms off the minifigures.
- Cut a piece of leather cord that fits around your wrist. Line up the arms and bodies of the minifigures along the cord to get a feel for what the spacing will be on the bracelet.
- Look through the arm sockets of the minifigures. Some will probably go straight through the whole body, but some will have a chunk of plastic in the way. Drill through that plastic.

Step 3: Putting It All Together

- Thread one rounded brick onto the end of the leather cord with the stud side facing the end of the cord. Put a drop of glue on the end of the cord to stop it being pulled back through the brick.
- Get the pieces of one minifigure. Glue one arm onto the cord. Then thread on the body.
- Leave a little bit of wiggle room, then glue on the next arm. You have now attached one minifigure. Repeat for the others. (My spacing was a bit off because I hurried; try and make sure the minifigures are evenly spaced along the cord.)
- Once all of the minifigures are on the cord, thread the other rounded brick onto the cord with the stud facing inward. Glue the rounded brick to the cord.
- Connect the two rounded bricks together to fasten the bracelet.
- Show off your awesome minifig bracelet!
<p>I have to check my Lego people. Is there enough room on their bodies to raise their arms up an drill a hole under the arms for the cord to go through? I want one of these for my Lego jewelry collection. Thanks</p>
I am OBSESSED with this idea!!! Time to attack my lego men bin! Voted for ya, good luck!
Thank you!
Good luck getting the arms back on
But how did you shrink those poor, yellow men??
Nice idea, <br>The photo where you have snapped the arms off looks kinda macabre!
Wow - pretty crazy cute!
The pictures were good.

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