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DIY: Best Friends Forever Bracelets
Forget braiding together a bracelet out of rainbow-colored embroidery thread. Today’s BFF bracelets are still totally tradable, and they’re trendy too.
By Deanne Hess
Friendship Bracelets
Photo by: CosmoGirl

What you need:
A set of bangles (preferably metal)
Charms — as many as you want
Jump rings — one for each charm
Pair of pliers
Pair of wire cutters

Where to get it:
Jewelry and metal suppliers, like New York City's Metalliferous, will have the supplies you need.

Instructions:
1. If your jump rings don’t have an opening, take the wire cutters and snip open one side of each jump ring so you can slip on your charms.
2. Slip all the charms you want to add to your BFF bracelets onto the jump rings.
3. Now, take the jump rings and slip them onto the bangles. Use the pliers to close the jump rings as best you can — you want to see as little space as possible where you made the cut.

You’re done! Now give your BFF her set of bangles or trade among friends.

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