repurpose yarn and wire: bracelets

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yarn and wire graphic bracelet tutorialEasy Peasy.

Wire and Yarn are the tools you need to create these yarn bracelets!

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cut some wire.

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shape it how you want. dab some hot glue on the end for the yarn to grab.

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then just wrap. keep it going the same direction on each wrap around.
find 2 large beads that have larger holes.

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fill those bead holes with hot glue and shove them on your ends.
ta-da! you got yourself some cute bracelets!

tips…
The wire was the stuff IKEA sells to be used with their curtains.
Using yarn with varying colors on the same skein is a super quick and easy way to get varying colors!
A few bracelets in similar colors stacked up is super cute and trendy.

Til Next time!

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Comments

  1. says

    Those are sooooo cute, and clever. Thanks for sharing with the newbie party and helping spread the word. I hope my url gets out there more and my blog is added to the rolls again, otherwise I am dust in the wind LOL.

    • says

      I am about 2 hours from IKEA and make a good trip about once a year for little things. It’s nice. But, that wire you can find at Menards or something else…it’s not too crazy weird.

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