Tag: cuff

DIY: Metallic Chain Cuff

If you’re in need of a flashy statement accessory that will get you through the holiday season, from holiday party to New Year’s Eve, look no further than this DIY! This metallic chain cuff is just the piece you need to grab the spotlight without looking overdone. We used our flat snake chain to adorn a simple cuff, and the result looks like liquid gold! DSC_0001

What You’ll Need:

Metal cuff

6mm Flat Metal Snake Chain

Scissors

E6000

Syringe

Ruler

DSC_00051. Take your chain and cut seven 1″ pieces.

DSC_00072. Add E6000 to your syringe. Start adding glue about a half inch up from one side and ending one half inch up from the other side.

DSC_0015 3. Place one piece of chain at the top making sure one side of the chain is longer than the other side.

DSC_0018 4. Continue down making sure you keep making one side longer than the piece of chain above it. This will create an angle with the chain on the cuff.

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Cool Cuff Inspiration

Looking for the one piece of jewelry that’s going to take your look to the next level? Try a cuff on for size! These cool bracelets have the impact of a statement piece, and can easily be paired with almost any outfit. Going for the minimalist look? Wear a bold cuff with a basic dress. Or go bohemian and layer your cuff with daintier pieces to create a clustered and carefree look.  0da283dde2e987ac48718720a2b5e798ALL DAY EVERYDAY BEACH JEWELS // GYPSEA Brass Bangle Cuffs  bellabeachjewels.com <---

 

Textured Leaf coiled silver coated Indian armlet, gypsy armlet,tribal,upper arm cuff, metal engraved design

 


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DIY Inspiration: Embellished Cuffs

Lately we’ve been dreaming about making a DIY embellished cuff; it’s a great statement accessory that will jazz up every outfit. You could use rhinestones, leather, gems – anything goes! The only problem is that we can’t decide what we like best: minimalistic leather with metal accents, or a colorful gem-filled bracelet. Which cuff do you like best?

via Dannijo / My Theresa / Etsy / Ssense / The Blonde Salad

Fabricate Your Own Leather and Spike Cuff

by Goldie

I would like to share with you a quick and simple way to create your own edgy cuff. I used two of my favorite items to create this cuff, leather and nail heads.

I used:

  • ¼  yard of 81503 Gun Metal/ Ivory (to order please call 1-800-9-mjtrim)
  • one package of Spike Nailheads
  • Sew on Snaps (439320) (to order please call 1-800-9MJTRIM

Directions:

  1. Start by measuring your wris
  2. Take that measurement and add one inch
  3. On the back of the leather sew on one side of the snap ¼” from the edge.  On the face side of the leather at the opposite end sew the other sides of your snaps ¼” from the edge.
  4. Apply your nail heads to the leather.  Mark points to the back of the leather where you would like your nail heads to lie. Since the leather is thick you will need to use a Brisk-set Rhinestone Setter with nail head adapter to apply your nail heads. Be sure to use the correct adapter for the size nail head you use.