Stylish Safety Pin Bracelets

I have seen several safety pin bracelets on blog land
and have wanted to make one ever since I saw them :)
So I finally bought the necessary items 
and made some.

Items needed:
1" safety pins
glass beads
clear stretch cord
decorative beads (optional)

Measure your wrist 
and figure out the length you need for the stretch cord.
You will want to cut two strands of cord 
and cut extra so that you have enough for tying a knot.

Also, you don't want the bracelet to be too tight because the pins might snap open
so try and make your bracelet slightly loose but not too loose :)

Place the beads onto the safety pins.
Use pliers to squeeze the safety pin shut so that the pin doesn't pop open.

I originally planned on using 2" safety pins,
but soon realized the beads did not fit on them.

If you are using decorative beads you will want to add them to your pins.
Once you have enough safety pins done
begin putting them on the strands of stretch cord
and alternate your pins like this picture shows.

Tie a knot (I knotted my strands 3 times) once you're done.
Pull tightly!

And you're done :)

I made two other bracelets
and with these I added bigger beads in between the safety pins.

Have a wonderful day, lovelies!

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Irfan said...

lovely idea..

MLynn said...

Such a cute idea! I love them :)

Debbie Harris said...

Stephanie! Those are so cute! I love them and want to come over and make one please. :)
Even I could make one of these, with your help of course.
Thank you for the great tutorial. You always make it look so easy to do.

Have a wonderful snowy day! I bet Missy Rose is loving the snow.


Debbie said...

Yours turned out really pretty Stephanie! I love the tutorial...easy to understand. The possibilities would be endless!

Gail Dixon said...

How do you come up with these ideas? Wonderful!

NanaDiana said...

Those are so cute, Stephanie. I think my oldest granddaughter could make these- xo Diana

Delvalina said...

They are beautiful my sister...always! :) this great and easy. I will have to try someday.


Denise said...

Beautiful job! Your's looks well planned out.Mine was rather a jumble of colors,didn't look as nice.Thank you for dropping by and commenting on My post :)Denise

Meeha Meeha said...

So the wintery spring payed up, after all! I never heard about safety pin bracelets before, I am amazed by how good they look (with a little help from your creativity and good taste, of course ;))

R's Rue said...

Beautiful! You are talented!

Sarah said...

I love these! You did such a good job, they really are beautiful. :) x

Life and Breath and Everything Else said...

I love, love, love it!! Super cute ;)

Julie Marie said...

Those are so pretty Stephanie!... I especially love the ones with the lavender and teal beads... xoxo Julie Marie

Karen @ Beatrice Euphemie said...

These are so pretty, Stephanie! I love your choice of beads and charms. I will have to try this! Thank you for sharing.

Thank you for your Dear Friendship and for your always sweet comments. Hugs, xoxo

Mary said...

Hey, that's pretty neat!

Merlesworld said...

They are very different and you could make them so they are yours alone, very pretty.

Unknown said...

Your bracelets are great! I bet you had fun making them too. Good Job!

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Wow Stephanie, what beautiful work you do! I love them!

Sally @DrinkingFromMySaucer said...

Wow, these are really unique and beautiful!

Vicky Hunt said...

Oh these are too sweet! I love the colors and trinkets you chose for them! Nice job.....thanks for sharing...:)

Blessings, Vicky
Life On Willie Mae Lane

Meredith @ The Laundry Can Wait said...

This is the first time I'm seeing these type of bracelets, and I really like the ones you made. You seem to have a natural knack for making them, as I would've guessed you paid at least $20 for one at a boutique somewhere! The colors and charms you chose look great together. Well done.


Little Birdie Blessings said...

You did a great job on this Stephanie. It's beautiful. ~ Abby

Danni@SiloHillFarm said...

Stephanie this is beautiful! I love it! I have everything I need to make one of these and I'm putting it on to my list of projects to do! Thank you for this awesome tutorial, which I am pinning now!

Melanie said...

So cute!! Maybe I will give this a try, have seen them and like them. It would be a fun weekend project!!

Olga Poltava said...

Awesome bracelets! Quite unusual and so pretty!

Anonymous said...

Stephanie, so adorable! Your bracelets are so whimsical. Years ago I made a sweet pin very similar to your bracelet made of safety pins and pretty beads. I don't know where I put it but I think I'll look for it now. :-)

Anne Payne said...

This is the cutest idea! They are absolutely adorable! I'm not a bead worker but I can sure appreciate how long it must have taken you to make these. I like the one with teal beads the best ;) {{hugs}} to you sweet friend. I think of you often and pray for you ♥

Conniecrafter said...

neat bracelet, love the colors you have chosen and the neat added charms!

Garden Chef said...

How innovative! Nice idea! Hopping from Life in Lakeshore Drive link up!

Liz said...

Wow, great idea!! I really love this!

Unknown said...

you doing great work i like it keep postin like this

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