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Super simple DIY Romwe bracelet for next to nothing.

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  • How to make a hand bracelet. Romwe Bracelet - Step 1
    Step 1

    Here are all the elements needed for this DIY. Oh, and of course you'll need pliers!

  • How to make a hand bracelet. Romwe Bracelet - Step 2
    Step 2

    Measure three lengths of small chain to go round your first three fingers and one length of large chain to go around your wrist.

  • How to make a hand bracelet. Romwe Bracelet - Step 3
    Step 3

    Measure and cut three lengths of suede ribbon (they will be slightly different sizes) and attach the metal ribbon ends. I chose to make the lengths of suede a little longer than the original because it allows for more movement.

  • How to make a hand bracelet. Romwe Bracelet - Step 4
    Step 4

    Attach each length of suede to the large chain using the jump rings (I left two links of chain in between each length of suede) and to the corresponding 'rings' of small chain. Make sure the lengths of suede are the right way up and aren't twisted.

  • How to make a hand bracelet. Romwe Bracelet - Step 5
    Step 5

    Attach the lobster clasp to the large chain and all that's left is to try it on and become the envy of your friends!

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Huma I.
Huma I. · 1 project
Well this is an bridal Indian bracelet (of course the bridal bracelet is studded with gemstones and stuff and it's a bit longer). It's called 'mehendi'. Many Indian brides wear it, it looks beautiful!
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Glenda A.
Glenda A.
Really liked the look of your bracelet and had never heard of Romwe before, so I went to their sight. Nearly rolled on the floor laughing when I saw their lucky clover pendant-it was a marijuana leaf.
Huma I.
Huma I. · 1 project
Well this is an bridal Indian bracelet (of course the bridal bracelet is studded with gemstones and stuff and it's a bit longer). It's called 'mehendi'. Many Indian brides wear it, it looks beautiful!
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I.BE.IS!
I.BE.IS! · Fayetteville, North Carolina, US · 2 projects
Love this!
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