Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Project Pinterest: Anchor Charm Bracelet

Hi everyone! Today I'm happy to be part of Project Pinterest hosted by Sandee at  In the Hills of North Carolina
It's all about finding something "pinteresting" enough to make!

Now is it just me or do we all "pin" more than we "craft" ? Pinterest can get a wee bit overwhelming, with all the awesome craft projects on there and everything.
Sometimes you just have to take the right step and move away from the monitor to go and make something.  
That's how it is at Sandee's Project Pinterest. Find something you like, make it, then make a blog post about it and finally go to her place and link to your blog. 
 Without further ado, here's my simple project.

Anchor charm bracelet: 
http://media-cache-ec3.pinterest.com/upload/61220876154935857_UxBi03xw_c.jpg
Original pin. (Click)



Here's my version
 
Close enough?
 It's so simple that you can make one right here right now! Just buy an anchor charm of some kind, thread hemp through its loop (mine wasn't big enough to let the hemp go through so I added a jump ring.)
Tie a knot and that's it! You close it by hanging the free end of the hemp to the anchor.
Easy peasy!








Now go ahead and make something awesome!  Don't forget to go over to Sandee's and see what others are doing.



P.S. Have you entered my Friendship Pins giveaway yet? Don't miss on the good ol' awesomeness, you might just get four of them in your mail!

Hugs,                                    

12 comments:

  1. Cute..I like the anchor placement :)

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  2. Great bracelet! I love that yours is completely neutral so that you can wear it with everything.

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    1. Does that give me a good bonus? :D
      Thank you a lot for popping over Cassidy. ♥


      Kisses. xx

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  3. Hey Roudi,

    I really like your bracelet. Way to go!!!

    Hugs,
    Kay

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    1. I'm so glad to hear that Kay. :)
      Love you loads. ♥

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  4. wow Roudi, such a beautiful bracelet!I think I like your version better, and love the simplicity of it too! You will be able to link this up on Sunday to my blog, thanks for making such a wonderful post too! You are just awesome!! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

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    1. Wow thank you very much Sandee! I can't wait to link up and see what other awesome stuff fellow crafters have made. :)

      Wish me luck with my finals!

      Love,
      Roudi

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  5. That is so cool! I really like it. I can even see this as a gift for a few of my sailing-loving friends! Thanks so much for linking up!

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    1. Teehee! Many thanks dear. :) Would love to see what you come up with. Great party btw. ;)

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  6. Hi Roudi,
    I see you linked up - did it give you the option to choose a photo? I'm having my dad over for Father's Day on Sunday and am making some dishes I found on pinterest so I think that will be my link up this month.

    Hugs,
    Kay

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    1. Yeah, finally I did! No, it looks like Sandee didn't check the little box that enables pictures with each entry. :( Too bad, ha?
      Wee that sounds like fun! I can't wait to see how that turns out!

      Sending you many hugs in return. ♥

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Roudi