Monogram Bangle Bracelet Stack

July 6, 2016Allison Murray
This is a really easy little project to personalize a bangle bracelet set. What a cute and simple DIY gift to give!

This is a really easy little project to personalize a bangle bracelet set. What a cute and simple DIY gift to give!

You know me as Allison but I’ve gone as just “A” for quite a long time, now. I’ll admit first it wasn’t my favorite but that is the way nicknames are, right? You don’t pick them.

It didn’t take long before I warmed up to it, largely because you can’t have a cute little toddler calling you Auntie A and think it’s anything but adorable. An now it is what it is. I am A, Al, Auntie A and Allison. Call me what you will but please don’t call me Allie Cat. Yes, I love the kitties but no, I don’t want to be called after them :)

When I saw some really pretty bangles in a set at Hobby Lobby I grabbed them and didn’t really plan to do much with them. But as I browsed the aisle I found all of these little bits and pieces that just clicked in my head so I made myself a cute little set. The good news? So far it’s gotten nothing but compliments and even once I got asked who the designer was? Um, Hobby Lobby and me? :)

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This is a really easy little project to personalize a bangle bracelet set. What a cute and simple DIY gift to give!

For this project you will need:

This is a really easy little project to personalize a bangle bracelet set. What a cute and simple DIY gift to give!

Now all of my findings for the bracelet set were purchased from Hobby Lobby. The Blank Slate by Traditions were half off and so were the general findings so I got everything 50% cheaper!

This is a really easy little project to personalize a bangle bracelet set. What a cute and simple DIY gift to give!

The monogram charms come with an eye on top that connect them to a toggle clasp thingamajiggie. Since we’re gluing it onto the pendant we don’t need that part. Use metal snips or wire cutters to cut that eye off.

This is a really easy little project to personalize a bangle bracelet set. What a cute and simple DIY gift to give!

Did you see how the top of my A had been really rough? If you have a jewelry file you can use that or you can use a sanding sponge to clear that off and make that top area nice and smooth.

Apply a small amount of adhesive to the backside of the letter and place onto the colorful pendant. Allow to completely dry.

This is a really easy little project to personalize a bangle bracelet set. What a cute and simple DIY gift to give!

Open a big ol’ jump ring, one big enough to go around all 3 bangles and secure them together.

This is a really easy little project to personalize a bangle bracelet set. What a cute and simple DIY gift to give!

Using a smaller jump to connect the pendant to the larger jump ring.

This is a really easy little project to personalize a bangle bracelet set. What a cute and simple DIY gift to give!

Attach your tassel and you’re done!

Ready to wear and impress and it was super easy to do!

This is a really easy little project to personalize a bangle bracelet set. What a cute and simple DIY gift to give!

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Comments (2)

  • Mariann

    July 8, 2016 at 4:19 AM

    I made up about 75 glass jars of your bath salts to give as favors for a baby shower a am hosting. The salt is turned hard and clumpy. Is there a way to remedy problem before passing these out or do I make them all over again

    1. Allison Murray

      July 10, 2016 at 8:28 AM

      It sounds like humidity got to them. My mom kept her container open in the bathroom and hers turned into a clumpy mess, also. I took a pair of scissors (nearest thing, mind) and loosened them back up. We got some dessicant and I made a little pouch out of Viva Paper towels (they’re like fabric) and hot glue and made my own silica gel packets for super cheap. It’s not in such a humid room but she still lives in a very humid area (Houston) and the silica gel is working wonderfully to keep it from clumping! You can buy the silica gel in the floral section of craft stores!

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