How to make a charm bangle

Add charms to bangles

Every now and again I stumble on a website and find amazing stuff people are doing with regard to eco fashion.

Most fashion blogs are banal and really not worth reading. And my goodness, there are so many out there.

What’s worse is that fashion magazines actually punt a whole bunch of them. Why, I do not know. They obviously don’t read them first. Stuff like blogger with their dogs and cats and children and husband and friends. But not a lot of fashion.

Or blogger posing in one single item in 600 different poses. Yawn! But the worst ones  are blogger, blogger, blogger and more of same blogger posing endlessly with no point to the blog other than a forum for someone to put zillions of pictures of themselves on the net.

In my ongoing quest for free patterns, I visited the Burda website. Find them by looking for Burda Style. There I found a selection of websites they recommend. One I LOVE and will visit is a lot OutsaPop Trashion. Lots of links to other excellent sites and some brilliant ideas.

In this post I am showing some charms I added to silver bangles. Anything you can think of like silver charms, a St Christopher and some malachite hearts. I had to use two O-rings for some of the charms as the charms kept falling off and I didn’t want to start soldering them on. I did a post a long time ago on charm jewelry. Click on this link – charm necklace – for instructions on the charm necklace.

The Greenie Galleries at the top of this page have 100s of photos of older and newer projects showing multiple ways to make your own clothing and accessories. There are also ideas to recycle or upcycle.

See you soon.

Greenie.

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