Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Infinite love bracelet DIY

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Here's another Valentine's day little jewel. This bracelet doesn't have any closure, well if you receive a gift that is a symbol of infinite love you shouldn't take it off...just kidding. You can make it long enough to put it on or add a closure next to the infinite symbol. I think it's a nice alternative to hiding it on the other side of the bracelet. If you think this bracelet can make a nice last minute gift idea I suggest you to pair it with these funny nerd Valentine's cards I saw on true blue me&you.

More Valentine's day diy ideas here.






Cut a piece of metallic wire and twist it 


Curl it in the shape of eight and cut away the loop


Connect the infinite symbol to a piece of chain with two jump rings.
Regulate the lenght so you can put it on without using a closure or insert a clasp to connect to the infinite symbol.

12 comments:

Meghan Elizabeth said...

great idea!! I love infinity symbols

Paula Shoe-fiend said...

You're talented lady ;) but we haven't had any shoes lately - how about Caroline Issa's new collaboration with LK Bennet? Embroidery and pom poms - count me in! Would love to see your interpretation > Mwa

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Ely said...

Nice!!!!
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Truebluemeandyou said...

Such a good bracelet for Valentines Day! And I loved the idea about combining it with the nerdy scientific equations. I posted the top photo and a link back to you on my blog.

Matter Of Style said...

@Paula you're right and those are really nice thanks for the suggestion! :D

Matter Of Style said...

@trueblueme&you glad you like it and thanks for reblogging! :D

colour3d-vogu3 said...

luv the idea
xoxo

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Omolara Olasimbo said...

i love this diy and plan on doing it very soon! but where can i find a chain like that?

Matter Of Style said...

thanks @omolara!
You can find chains like these very easily at an haberdashery store (suitable for jewelry) or at the hardware store in many sizes or online.