If you liked our last – well, let’s call it DIY – you’ll definitely like this one, too! This time we actually did something, haha, so more than just buying copper pipes. But to be honest: This DIY bangle is also more about the idea and not about the How to make it part as it is – again – so easy even a six year old kid could do it. Sounds good to you? Hell, yeah, to us, too!
DIY Bangle from the hardware store
What you need:
2 brackets from the hardware store about 6 x 6 x 6 cm (use white ones for an extra minimal look)
Thread in a nice colour
1,89 Euro for one bracket;
so all together 3,78 Euro if you use a thread you have at home
How to make it:
1. Cut your thread in four pieces of similar length. You’ll need about five to ten centimetres, depending on how skilled you are.
2. Take both brackets and hold them together.
3. With your threads bind the two pieces together (like on the pictures). Fasten with knots and you have finished your new bangle!