I've been seing the Love bracelet on many fashion sites, also from many brands and jewelry designers, and when I found a strand of cooper electrical wire on my parents house I knew I had to make this bracelet DIY and help the world by recycling! The wire gauge was perfect for making the love word, sturdy yet flexible, so here it is!
You will need:
-Cooper wire (or a strand of cooper electrical wire) 20 Gauge is great.
-2 Jump Rings
-Round Nose Pliers
Because I used some electrical wire, I had to use the knife to cut and then peel the plastic off, then I got my cooper electrical wire. You can buy your cooper wire here.
Start by making a loop in the end of the cooper wire, then wrap it around. Start molding your wire to make the LOVE word, it's a good idea if you write it down on paper and then trace it over with the wire, use the round nose pliers to help you.
When you've written your word, make other loop and wrap it around.
Cut 2 14 inches pieces of Mason cord, fold them in half, insert one of them into a loop, then make a knot.
You should also make a knot on the end of the Mason cord, then use the lighter to seal the cord.
Cut a piece of 4 inches mason cord, and wrap it around the ends of the bracelet, about 1 or 2 inches above the knots you just made, then seal the end of this piece of cord with a lighter, and hide it inside.
Now you have your LOVE bracelet, I also made one with chain, it's way easier than the mason one, just use two pieces of chains (measure them on your wrist), and with the pliers open one of the links and insert it trough the love word loop, then add a jump ring and a lobster clasp, do the same on the other loop but this time just add a jump ring on the end.
I can't wait to stack them with all of my favorites bracelets!
And here it's my inspiration, and if you don't want to DIY you can get one of these!