Monday, September 3, 2012

DIY // Diamond Rind and Bracelet Handpiece

 I'm becoming a big sucker for arm candy, big metal rings, delicate bracelets and all things rustic and beautiful! I don't have any jewelry to work with my new rustic, metallic love so I wanted to make some of my own, and a ring and bracelet handpiece was the first on my list! I love how fresh it looks, the delicate chain and the fact that they are connected just makes it even more pretty! Want to know how to make one? Whatcha you waiting for?
 Here's whatcha need, you probably already have them! You'll need: flat and round nose pliers, thick silver wire, silver chain and a jewelry clasp of your choice!
Step one: Make a loop and bend the wire like in the picture to form one side of the diamond. Step Two: Make another loop so its in line with the first loop! Step Three: Finish the diamond by connecting the two end with a tiny loop to the bigger loop. Step Four: Make the ring part by wrapping it around your finger and connecting the two ends. Step Five: Make the bracelet part by doing the same, wrapping it around your wrist and adding the clasp to each end. Step Six: Add two chains to either side of the ring and connect it to one loop of the diamonds. 
 Then just connect the middle of the bracelet chain to the other loop! And voila, you've got such a pretty, beautiful and delicate handpiece. Go rock it girl! :) Happy Monday!


  1. OH MY GOSH totally doing this!! SO cute!!!

  2. That is a super cute idea! Hand-pieces are awesome :) Thanks for sharing this DIY with us.

    xo Emilie @ Hungry Delights

  3. Great idea!!
    I love this 'diamond' that connects the bracelet and the ring. So cute!

  4. This is so pretty.

  5. That looks amazing! :D
    Hopefully I can create something like that soon. I love jewelry like this!

  6. I can't even tell you how much I love this idea.I will probably try it soon.Thanks for sharing this beautiful designs that I can create it.

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  8. Super DIY ! Très joli !

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    Au plaisir de te voir sur Pretty Tiny Things

    Emily de Pretty Tiny Things

  9. Step Three: Finish the diamond by connecting the two end with a tiny loop to ...


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