Lego Stud Bracelet

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Introduction: Lego Stud Bracelet

These bracelets only use 1x2 plates and some studs and are super quick and easy to make. You can customize them with your favorite colors and can even make them taller for a cuff bracelet too! 


Step 1:

All you need to make a basic Lego Bracelet is:
-27 studs
-27 1x2 plates

Step 2:

Make 9 sets of 3 1x2 plates, staggered as shown in the first picture.

Add a stud under the top plate and middle plate.

Connect the bottom brick of a second set of 3 plates onto the top stud. 

Add a third stud between the top two plates.

Repeat this pattern to make one long strip. 

Step 3:

Once you've used up all 27 plates and studs, bend the strip into a circle shape. Connect the two ends. Wear and enjoy! 

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    12 Discussions

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    CptLilithVanderstorme

    Oh! I need to make this! Are these good for wearing in everyday life without losing them?

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    MutahirA
    MutahirA

    Reply 4 years ago

    Depends on how careful you are with your bracelets.

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    MIK3 H
    MIK3 H

    7 years ago

    Now I've seen many of ur fanominal creations but this one really blew me away! Nice work!

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    Vahyla
    Vahyla

    8 years ago on Introduction

    PAB didn't have too many options for studs, just florescent green and florescent orange. But I thought it looked kind of like flowers together, so why not.

    Also found another possible version for making a charm bracelet, with the handlebar looking pieces and the hooks and thought it might be of interest to you. =)

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    Awesome! I could not tell this was legos from just looking at the picture! Great idea :)

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    Vahyla
    Vahyla

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Now how am I supposed to keep from running off to the Lego store tomorrow after seeing something so pretty? It's a short bus ride and it's my day off... argh, temptation!

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    sherrycayheyhey
    sherrycayheyhey

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Well if you have a Lego store that close to you there should never be anything keeping you from going lol! Those of us who are lucky enough to live near a Lego store have the beautiful PAB wall to choose from which always warrants a trip in :)

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    Vahyla
    Vahyla

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    I don't know if I can brave the mega mall on Sunday. But Monday is also "weekend" for me... so we'll see. My roommate is obsessed with Lego blocks and has a car which makes that trip even closer. ;D

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    sherrycayheyhey
    sherrycayheyhey

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks, you always see my new project so soon after I post them :)