I'm going to show you how to make a wooden bracelet!  The process is really easy, but I'll walk you through the steps.

Step 1: Gather your materials

For this, I used (as you can see on my favorite tool, a caliper) that I used 3mm MDF.

The two magnets pictured were originally supposed to be a clasp, but that didn't end up working out.  Ignore them.  Or use them to make LED throwies!

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Very nice! I was curious what kind of wood that you used, and how strong it is, though. Have you worn it a lot? I would be afraid it would crack.... (You should remake this a little and enter it into the laser contest. you could redo the file into a girl size.) :) Good idea!
I've been wearing it for the last couple of days without any problems... A bit of it cracked near the clasp, but I've been intentionally rough on it to try and stress it into cracking. <br> <br>So far so good! <br> <br>(Which laser contest?)
Cool! <br>Look on the contest page. It just opened, I think. <br> <br>http://www.instructables.com/contest/hurricanelasers/
Oh, nice! I'd feel bad entering that, though, since we already have a laser.<br><br>(Also I'm sure the other entries will be /quite/ a lot cooler than my silly bracelet, haha)
Very awesome design!

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