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Chain & Pearl Multi-Row Bracelet

Chain & Pearl Multi-Row Bracelet
What sites do you browse when you’re bored? Me? Overpriced Jewelry websites. Here’s how it goes: I can make that, I can’t make that, I can make that – but why would I??? I cannot believe that costs $499 – what is it made of? I was trolling through Saks 5th Avenue a little while ago and come across a little gem. It’s a David Yurman: Hematite & Pearl Sterling Silver Multi-Row Bracelet. Anyway – it was a super cute – and totally knockoffable (my new fav word) bracelet!! And here’s Dave’s: Ok – so mine is more “inspired by” - but I love the look of the multiple chains and the pearls together!! This is a really easy bracelet – you can whip a bunch of these up by Christmas. Here’s what you’ll need: Assorted chain pieces – vary your colors and width (You’ll need at least 15 – 18 lengths – mine are 6 1/2″ each) Pearls – two sizes Eye Pins Multi-Chain Closure 6 Jump rings Wire Cutters, Round Nosed Pliers You’ll be using a Multi-Chain Closure for this bracelet. Begin cutting your lengths of chain.

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