St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, and that means that the lucky clover (one of my favourite shapes) is going to be celebrated!
The four-leaf clover shape has become trendy in jewelry, and I thought that this time of year would be a great opportunity to show off a little bracelet that can easily be created in under 15 minutes!
- Lucky Clover Connectors (I used white clovers).
- Shiny Gold Circle Connectors.
- Gold Findings (small jump rings, a head pin and a clasp).
- Gold Beads (to make a charm).
- Jewelry Pliers (I used two flat nosed, wire cutters and a rounded-nose pair).
I paired the gold circle connectors with the clovers when I was mapping out my bracelet. I thought that the circles could signify the “gold at the end of the rainbow.”
If you’re my husband, you’ll roll your eyes at this. If you’re me, you’re going to love how fabulously this is all coming together and will undoubtedly laugh with glee as you put together your lucky clover bracelet.
But as I looked at it, I felt like it needed a little something else. I wanted a little dangly charm.
Then using a headpin and two gold beads, I created a little dangling charm. I think that Adrianne did a fabulous job of showing how to make a charm in her post. Head HERE to read how to make a charm, if you don’t already know how.
This lucky clover bracelet is one of my favourites, I have to admit. It’s quick, beginner-friendly, and is also festive in an understated way. You can wear it for St. Patty’s day and show off your love of green beer and luck – but then you can also continue wearing it through the spring and summer as a lovely little dangly bit of flashiness.
The clover connectors come in various colours, too – you can go green, black, red… and more! Try this simple bracelet and see how easy it is to make your own jewelry pieces!
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Tara is the creator, writer, and flurry of chaos behind her blog, Suburble. Her blog focuses on making a home (emphasis on “making!”), but not forgetting to have a laugh in the process. Her partners-in-crime, her two little girls, are often beside her when it’s time to get creative. A mug of tea, good friends, and a project (or three) are all this girl needs. Join the gang at Suburble and see what we’re up to!