Thursday, June 5, 2014

The Easiest Bracelet You'll Ever Make - Trinkette Bracelet



It's the first week of summer and I'm trying to get into a groove. The blog has been on the back burner for a while - there were just so many school projects and extra curricular activities with the kids the last month or two. I've tried to have at least one post a week. Now that summer is here, I'm still busy, it's just a more relaxed kind of busy. There's more dishes to do, toys to pick up, weeds to pick, and arguments to stop. But I've also had a little more time for projects. As usual, I have several projects done, just waiting to be written about.

As I was looking through my drafts file I found this trinkette bracelet post that I'd all but forgotten about. I created this post forever ago, when I first became part of the Prima Bead Blogger Team. This really is the easiest bracelet you'll ever make and there are no tools required!

Trinkette BraceletAmong the supplies that Prima Bead sent me in my welcome package were Trinkettes. You can read about my past experience with trinkettes here.

Here are the trinkettes I received:
Trinkettes


Want to see how easy it is to do?

Even if you are not a jewelry maker - you can do this - I promise!

Trinkette Bracelet
One end of the bracelet is removable, just unscrew it, add your beads and screw the end cap back in place.

Trinkette Bracelet
I must admit that I prefer the snake chain type bracelet to this bangle type. Don't worry Prima Bead has both to accommodate your style.

I love how versatile this is. In less than a minute you can change up the bracelet and get a whole different look. 






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I am a Prima Bead Blog Team Member. I am also an affiliate of Prima Bead. I receive product from Prima Bead. In return, I create jewelry pieces from that product, and share about them through my blog and other social media outlets. All opinions expressed in this post are mine. 



1 comment :

  1. I love Trinkette bracelets! I've made a few, and you're right... They are super easy to make! Cute!

    Navy Wifey Peters @ Submarine Sunday Link Party

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