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Boy Bracelet

I made this bracelet for my boyfriend's son, Remington. It's his birthday and he's getting it tonight. I hope he likes it! I made it as boyish as I possibly could given I don't tend to make boy jewelry! What do you think?


BeaderBubbe said…
I love it. I dont make boy jewelry either and its funny, today someone bought one of my pendants for her mom and wanted something for her dad, since its their anniversary this weekend....I couldnt think of anything...but like this bracelet...hope he likes it...
SummersStudio said…
Perfect, Sue! I'm sure he'll love it. It's very boy. It's hard isn't it to make something for a boy?
Melissa Meman said…
I like it! I keep wanting to make one for my 9 year old, but I don't really make boy jewelry either...something like that would totally work! and you made the beads, too, right?
rosebud101 said…
Very nice, Sue! I'm sure he'll love it!
umelecky said…
Nice job! I made one for my nephew for Christmas, but it was nothing as fabulous as this!
Barbara said…
Looks pretty masculine to me. I hope he likes it!
SueBeads said…
Hey everyone, thank you so much! He did love it! In fact, I got a huge bear hug!!!!
Another amazing accomplishment Sue.....Remington loves what you created for him on his birthday.....I am so proud of you and your talents......
All my love,


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