Make Your Man a Bracelet With Supplies From His Toolbox!

If you need a perfect gift idea for that hardworking man who already has everything in his garage, don’t add more things to his toolbox, but take from it! While I don’t suggest stealing, your man probably won’t notice if you snag a few large nuts and washers to make a rugged Tool Box Bracelet! This fantastic men’s jewelry project is not only quick and easy to make, but it’s also very inexpensive! All you need is 10-15 nuts and washers in a variety of sizes from about 10mm to 15mm in diameter, a sturdy clasp (we used  BM0552) and 10-15 large jump rings (we used BM2361). Simply open each jump ring (see our Opening and Closing a Jump Ring Technique) and use them to attach the nuts and washers in a row. You can probably get away with making the bracelet between 8 and 9 inches long, but you can always measure your man’s wrist if you don’t mind ruining the surprise. That’s all it takes to make a quick, inexpensive and thoughtful gift for your husband, son, father, or any other guy in your life who deserves a really cool present! Oh, and if you’re a man, go ahead and try making this easy bracelet for yourself!

It’s the season for sharing! – Sara

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