Bracelet Sizer

By on July 15, 2016
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by Judy Ellis, Wirejewelry.com

Wire Jewelry Tip for July 15th, 2016

Bracelet Sizer

by Albina Manning

Today we feature a quick tip from Albina Manning on how to make and use a bracelet sizer using a common household item – a Styrofoam cup.

Albina Says:

Albina Manning

I made three bracelets that are the same length (8″) but they fit differently because the size of the beads. You can make your own bracelet “sizer” from Plastic or Styrofoam cup.

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How to make your own Bracelet Sizer:

Step 1. I made templates with pieces of thread, one for each size.

Step 2. Fold the thread in half; place a knot half size away from the fold. For example, for 7″ size, place a knot 3 ½” away

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Step 3. Turn the Styrofoam cup upside down and slide the thread templates on it. Mark the cup with sharpie marker tracing on the threads.

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Step 4. Slide your bracelets to determine the size.

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This is such a simple and yet useful tip – how can you pass up using it every day!

To see more of Albina’s tips – CLICK HERE!

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One Comment

  1. avatar

    Kathy

    October 12, 2016 at 6:52 am

    I love the simple way to mark a bracelet size by using a Styrofoam cup!!
    Thanks for the tip!

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