When I found these soft rosette charms, I knew I wanted to wear them. I even made a cute little Rosette Headband, but I knew I could do better–jewelry better. I finally did. This soft, floral bouquet bracelet is my new favorite accessory.
To make this unique, boutique-inspired wrist-candy, I needed a blank bracelet. The blank bracelet I found was a bangle with a closure that included a rod, similar to the band, in a rectangular shape.
I also found soft, rosette charms in the scrapbook department, that had little wire stems.
Other than that, I just needed a hot glue gun and glue stick.
This floral bouquet bracelet couldn’t have been any easier. If you blink, you might miss it.
While my hot glue gun was heating, I carefully unpacked the soft, rosette charms. I had to be careful not to remove the green fabric over the wire.
When all of the rosettes were free, I started to wrap them around the rectangular rod (at the top of the bracelet).
One by one, I wrapped the wire around the rod, while also trying to keep the rosettes together, facing upward.
When all of the soft, rosette charms were attached to the bracelet, I used my hot glue gun to glue the rosettes together, keeping them in place.
That’s all, my floral bouquet bracelet was done with some quickness. But that doesn’t change the fact that I am in love with it.
This bracelet is the perfect piece of anti-jewelry. It’s rosettes but they’re grey & black. It’s feminine but not flashy. It’s springy and festival-ready but it won’t offend anyone!
The key to this floral bouquet bracelet being a success is getting the right materials. The right blank bracelet and the right soft-charms-on-wires made this gorgeous accessory a breeze.
Like a garden breeze.
p.s. thanks to Angelo for the pictures of me in my new favorite bracelet!