Diy Copper Bracelets

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I’m still in that copper-obsessed phase, and it shows no signs of slowing down any time soon. I recently followed this brass necklace DIY, and made my own out of copper . So I decided to create a few cuff bracelets using the same type of tubing. It’s the easiest process and produces a wonderful result. See how I did it below.
What you need:

  • 1/4′ Copper tubing
  • Tube cutter
  • Tape Measure
  • Glass (or anything the diameter of your wrist)

Step 1: Measure the diameter of your wrist or desired size of your bracelet. Mark with marker.
Step 2: Cut tubing using the tube cutter. I cut mine at 6 inches.
Step 3: Wrap tubing around your glass and press firmly to bend. Keep bending until you have your desired shape. If edges are rough, you can use sandpaper to smooth it.

Posted by Sarah
July 3, 2019

Sarah is a twenty-something living in the suburbs of Atlanta with her husband Jon and their new puppy, Rye. She works in marketing for a software company by day, and a blogger my night. In July of 2011, Sarah created Blooms and Bows, which has now evolved into Everyday with Sarah, as a way to document and share the things she loves. Everyday with Sarah is her outlet to share inspiration in interior design, fashion, DIY, and lifestyle. Please follow along and stay inspired!

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