July 25, 2012

DIY: Studded Friendship Bracelet




What is it about me and studs? Perhaps it's the transgression of getting tired of existing stuff but don't want to throw it out, so I twist it up. I decided to stud the friendship bracelets I made here and then realized they're only a month old and I'm already bored of them. I swear I have a Kim Kardashian relationship with my clothes.

Here are the steps

1. All you need is studs and friendship bracelets wide enough for studs.

2. Calculate where the studs will be before placing them in, you want them to appear even.


And you're done. La-de-da. It took 5 minutes. It took even less time than your Greek salad, or the walk to your mailbox, or your morning bathroom routine. How productive!

{Photos of me by Lenny; wearing Rebecca Minkoff bag, Alex & Ani bracelets, ASOS top}

30 comments:

  1. do u plan to have ur own line of accessories one day? cuz u should!!! love these!

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  2. Cute. Love the boots!

    http://theleatherskirt.blogspot.com/

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  3. Awesome! Where did you get those type of studs?

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  4. Love the twist on the usual friendship bracelet!

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

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  5. the diy looks really simple :) oh and i adore your floral head band :)

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  6. I love to see overloads of jewelry, I think it looks so cool. The bracelets came out so nice! and I love your head band as well. Have a great day sweety!

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  7. Love it...it just changes completely how the bracelet looks like and gives it a very cool edge. Btw love the outfit and the bag is just gorgeous!

    hugs
    Andy
    The Black Label

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  8. very very lovely outfit!! i think the studs made it more unique and amazing!

    http://hedonistdrive.blogspot.com/

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  9. Love them!! You are very creative ;)
    xoxo

    eLi

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  10. So cute!!!!! This is a definitely must try DIY!!!!

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  11. I just made one of these last week! I love them, so simple and so cute!

    xx
    Lauren

    http://slowburnfastburn.com

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  12. Those are so cute! I love loads of bracelets right now.

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  13. I love how you put the studs on the bracelets - doesn't look homemade at all! Great job. ;-)

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  14. I never thought of putting the studs on, really cute twist!

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  15. julie, it means you're a creative innovator, that seeks newness. the studs really do add that special edgy vibe. your whole outfit rocks, honestly. this is when you think, duh, of course it does.

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  16. The summer is agreeing with you!

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  17. I love those! You always do such great DIYs!

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  18. Love your purse! I want to stud one of my blazers, since I'm getting bored of it, but it was pricey, so I feel bad. I also get bored with my clothes quickly! D: Worst habit of mine so far.

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  19. They make for such a cool piece of jewelry and even more unique since you made them. Love it!

    Trendy Teal

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  20. I have to agree with Femme Virtue,you need to start your own accessories line one day. You are so talented, I wouldn't have thought of anything like that ;)

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  21. Simple, fast and great.
    I love your DIYs. They're always very inspirational.

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  22. nice bracelets!
    my my eyes are on your awesome western boots! ;)

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  23. What a great idea for those bracelets! LOVE your outfit too! Those cowboys boots are fabulous!

    xo Jenny
    www.crazystylelove.com

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  24. you definitely should start your own shop crafty girl you! love your sparkly purse and your cute top too!

    MemoriesOfTimesPast

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  25. Great look. I love your headband/ headpiece!

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