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As a fellow roamer of hardware store aisles, I completely understand why a simple hose clamp would immediately catch a crafter’s eye. That’s why I adore this DIY Home Depot Bracelet tutorial from Henry Happened, which takes an otherwise unremarkable object and turns it into a funky, fun bracelet that’s fast to make and adjustable to size. It’s ideas like this that make those necessary trips to the hardware store so much more fun!

Haley Pierson-Cox

Haley Pierson-Cox

Brooklyn-based DIY from a Gal in Granny Glasses

3 Responses to How-To: DIY Hose Clamp Bracelet

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  1. Peggy M on said:

    This is really cute. You can also change out the ribbon to match whatever color your wearing. Good job.

  2. Great idea! fun & edgy, you could do so many things to change this up. I love that we crafters can look at something and see a totally different use for it. Bravo! :)

  3. Stephanie @ henry happened on said:

    Thank you so much for sharing my project! I so love Home Depot but I’m pretty sure they think I’m nuts :)

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