Thurs-DIY: Kenneth Jay Lane Bracelet

These days, every time I see a piece of jewelry I like, my first instinct is to see how I can make it myself. This bracelet from Kenneth Jay Lane was an instant inspiration, and I knew I could find an easy way to replicate it. The trickiest part is finding rhinestone beads to your liking, after that, the whole project takes less than an hour!

Supplies:

1. Strip of Aluminum or Copper (mine is from here but you can go to any craft/art store)

2. Strong Shears

3. Wire Cutters

4. 2-3 Yards gold ribbon

5. E6000 Glue

6. Ruler

7. Bottle, rolling pin, or anything else round

8. 2 rhinestone beads. Vintage would be fantastic, but these are from M&J

I’ve worn it every day since I made it. What do you think?

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4 Responses to Thurs-DIY: Kenneth Jay Lane Bracelet

  1. Girl, you amaze me – I never would have been able to figure out how to do this…love the finished product!!

  2. Amazing! Great idea to use a flexible metal underneath instead of a regular cuff– lets you get that great shape!

  3. Barbara schoen says:

    Very creative! I like the finished product. Good job, Stefanie.

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