1. Learn how to write Pi on the computer:
On Windows, hold down ALT and type 227, then release ALT.
On a Mac, hold down Option and type P, then release Option.
It's π in HTML.
2. Make sorority or fraternity jewelry: Colleges and universities all over have several fraternities and sororities, which often use specific colors, as well as their Greek letters, in their clothing and jewelry. If you live near a university, why not contact the sorority and see if you can host a jewelry party? Use wire to mimic the shapes of the Greek letters to make pendants, necklaces, and earrings, and you can embellish with beads in the sorority's colors.
Remember, not just the usual sororities use Greek letters; local and national honor societies and many professional societies use the Greek alphabet to name themselves.
3. Set aside 3.14 hours today to focus on jewelry-making: if that means skipping chores, so be it! (If you usually spend your day making jewelry - treat yourself to a "fun" break - no accounting work allowed!)
4. Make a freeform or wire jig design in the shape of Pi. If it turns into something else, just go with it!
Here's what I made first in my 3.14 hours today... Now that it's a little flattened, I think next this Pi is on to a texturing hammer! To finish, I'll turn the bail 90 degress, so it can slide right on as a pendant. Not my finest work, but I have a lot of ideas now for new pendants! Used 16 and 22-gauge round wire.