Easy Spoon Bracelet




About: Im new here and im only 13 but dont underestmate me just because i probably spelled underestmate wrong and i dont capitalize my i's. I'm just here to post my ideas to make your life better or easier.

This Instructable is on how to make the next big thing. Spoon Bracelets! There really cool for guys and girls. All my friends wanted their own so I decide to make this Instructable on how to make them.

Step 1: Tools

All you need is a spoon long enough to fit around your wrist, (mine were mainly used for stirring stuff), a hammar and a vise.

Step 2: Bending

Put the spoon in the clamp and use the hammar to bend it. Bending is the tricky part, you have to make sure that the spoon will be in the right shape to go around your wrist. In the end it might look like this. Don't worry if it doesnt, just as long as its in a oval like shape then its fine.

Step 3: Fitting

Now that you have the tough to bend parts bent then basiclly you should be able to bend it on your own to fit your wrist. If it doesn't fit then just bend it around a little and try again.



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    7 years ago on Introduction

    maybe you could add a cute picture on the spoon bit and glaze it with clear glue so it doesn't get damaged. i think ill try it. thanks for the idea!

    Wow I can't believe there isn't  an instructable on here but it's pretty easy!   
    1.find desired cheep tooth brush that doesn't have rubber on it.
    2.remove bristles with pliers or napalm.
    3.Find cooking pot big enough for the tooth brush to fit in.
    4.bring water to boil and place tooth brush in.
    5.don't splash boiling water on you hand or other appendages.
    6.let cook for like twenty seconds.
    7.remove toothbrush with tongs or chopsticks or something.
    8.let cool for five seconds
    9. wrap around wrist loosely(don't worry it wont be hot).

    lol i found one on here already at this link

    but thxs for the advice bout not using ones that have rubber on them. and u should check it out it is sorta good. 


    11 years ago on Introduction

    To decrease tool marks, you may want to try hammering it with a non-metal mallet around a wooden pole. No need to flatten the bowl of the spoon even...

    2 replies

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    use a raw-hide hammer around a wrist mandrel maybe? nice idea Print, but i think I could make a better spoon bracelet bending it with my hands. I've seen a few spoon bracelets around, no-one has hammered them flat, and they do a better job of evenly rounding the entire thing without making marks. since you don't have access to specialty tools, you should have just wrapped the spoon in a towel, and slowly rounded it with the hammer on the corner of that table, starting from the handle end, then bending the rest by hand.


    11 years ago on Introduction

    I want one! :D Oh and the thing you don't know what it's called is a vise :)