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Make a Designer Inspired Hex Nut Wrap Bracelet

8 June 2011 6,588 views 3 Comments

by rhonda

Have you notice that we're bracelet obsessed these days?  So is Stephanie from Henry Happened, whose creations include this wrap bracelet made from recycled fabric and hex nuts.  It's inspired by a piece she stumbled across at J. Crew; it's cute, but not $36 worth of cute, so she came up with a DIY version.  She used fabric from a skirt she bought at Goodwill for $3, but you could also use recycled t-shirt, remnants left over from other projects, or any other fabric you have laying around.  For the cost of one J. Crew bracelet, you can make one to match every outfit in your closet!  [how to make a hex nut wrap bracelet]

Project estimate:

  • Fabric, on hand or $1 and up
  • Hex nuts,$1 and up

Total:  $1 and up

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  • Erin From YAYDIY said:

    I LOVE this – that color is adorable, too. So perfect for summer. You could spray paint the hex nuts white and use a blue cloth – perfect to match with a nautical inspired outfit! love, love, love.

  • Carol ( Answer Is Chocolate) said:

    Love this! And especially love the idea of making one for every outfit in my closet.

  • Darby said:

    I love how this is like the simplest project but:
    a) I would’ve never though of it
    b) It looks so sophisticated!