This chain anklet can be made in 5 minutes flat. (I published this on my website too where you can get more information about variations, supplies and such.)
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Step 1: Gather Your Tools and Supplies
- A pair of jeweler's chain nose pliers
- A pair of flat nose pliers
- A lobster clasp
- 2 4mm size jump rings
- A charm or dangly bit
- A piece of chain the circumference of your ankle + 1/2 inch
Step 2: Attach the Clasp to One End of the Chain
Open a jump ring, and use it to attach the lobster clasp to one end of the chain. (For help on opening and closing jump rings, see this page).
Step 3: Add the Charm or Dangly Bit
Slip the charm onto your chain.
Step 4: Measure Twice, Finish Once....
Double check that you like the length before you finish up.
Step 5: Attach a Jump Ring to the Other End of the Chain.
Open up the other jump ring, hook it onto the unfinished end of the chain, and close it back up again.