DIY Home Depot Bracelet

DIY home depot bracelet You know how when all of your projects seem to be clunkers and you need an easy pick me up? This is just the thing.

Last time I roamed the aisles at Home Depot I picked up this metal thingy. I’m sure there’s a technical term for it. (Just checked with my dad – it’s a hose clamp!)

Its unique industrialness appealed to me.  For $1.30, why not? (I also could not resist the 80 cent small version as a ring.) And you can make it into what I like to call a DIY Home Depot bracelet.

DIY Home Depot bracelet

home depot supplies The best part – it’s adjustable! You just turn the little screw to make it as small as you need for your wrist.

To add a bit of color, I weaved in some 1/4 inch ribbon. But I also like it plain.

home depot bracelet make a hardware bracelet Glue the ends with E-6000 and clamp to dry.

DIY hardware bracelet Now if I can just figure out what to do with the paint chips I pilfered….

Stephanie

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  2. judy says

    Wow and I thought I was the queen of hardware store crafts,My hubby thinks it is cool to take me Lowes now lol.I am sooo raiding his workshop today.I thought the fish swivel braclet was the best but this takes it for sure

  3. Maggie says

    Hi, This is a great start…i’m not wild about the adjustable part remaining attached so I’m going to try to weld it (once my hubby shows me). The idea is great. I’ve used the plastic hosing they have for making candy-filled bracelets. Also, i’ve picked up many of the free carpet samples, glued cork board to the back and used for coasters. The paint chips can be used for scrapbooking. Great job!

  4. Andrea Ellwood says

    Love the idea! I love hardware departments…. eye candy for the what can I do with that soul!!!! BTW… I pilfered quite a collection of the paint chips! I had so many in my fist one day when I checked out of HDepot the lady at the register asked me if I wanted a bag for them! LOLOLOLOL….. I used them for doing mosaics.. wish I could attach a photo!

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