This DIY Strand Toggle Bracelet, created to help Michaels celebrate their Jewelry Month, is seriously the easiest jewelry project ever (if I can do it, you can do it...promise).
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This DIY Strand Toggle Bracelet, which I created to help Michaels celebrate their Jewelry Month, is seriously the easiest jewelry project ever.
A step-by-step for creating your own Strand Toggle Bracelet (if I can do it, you can do it...promise).
You know those little charms that you can hook onto your wineglass so that everyone at a party can tell which glass is theirs? I've always thought they sounded like a nice idea, but there are two problems with this: 1) Most of the charms I've seen around are a little on the cheesy side (although these are kind of cute); and 2) I usually use tumblers for wine instead of traditional glasses, and wine charms are made to hook around the stem of a glass.
Those aren't the biggest problem, though; the biggest problem is that owning something like wine charms requires forethought, and forethought is not something that I typically possess. The only times that it has ever occurred to me that I might like to own some wine charms has been when I am mid-party and suddenly discover that I have no idea which glass is mine. Over Thanksgiving weekend, this is exactly what happened, and so do you know what I did?
Broke out my crafting box, of course. A little twine, some jewelry clasps that I have hanging around from a bracelet project I did with Michael's, and a few fake berry branches leftover from a photo shoot, and BOOM. For real, if you have some string (twine, Christmas ribbon, cooking string, etc) laying around, you can do this...and you can use anything as an identifier - a couple of beads, a dried flower, a leaf, whatever. It's totally something you can do in five seconds. And it's fun. And free.
This is probably the category that I had the most fun with this year, for pretty obvious reasons.
I mean, we moved.
Transitioning from a fourth-floor walkup that we pretended was a two-bedroom but was actually a one-bedroom with a hallway that was slightly wider in one spot (and that had a toilet in the kitchen and a bathtub where the closet should have been; how weird is that?) to a for-real home was right up there with marrying Kendrick and having Indy in the most exciting moments of my life.