DIY Bracelet and earring mat set


I love accessories … And no doubt I love making accessories from recycled objects that are not originally designed for this. It’s like a little challenge to make it look good. But I love challenges!

In this tutorial, I will show you step by step how to make a set of a bracelet with earrings from a plastic drip mat. With a few materials you’ll get a super-original accessorie set that you will not want to take off!



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14 thoughts on “DIY Bracelet and earring mat set

  1. truebluemeandyou

    I love this lace up cuff but I wish it were named something other than a “slave bracelet”. For many people this has understandably has very negative connotations. Love the bracelet and the use of material, but don’t love the name.

    1. annaevers Post author

      Hi TRUEBLUEMEANDYOU! Please accept my apologies, I didn’t mean to offend anybody. As you can see, I didn’t name this tutorial in English “Slave bracelet”. I can imagine you get this name when translating from spanish. In Spanish this type of wide bracelet it’s called “slave type bracelet”, but it’s not referring to any type of slavery or trying to offend anyone. It’s just a technical name in fashion used in spanish for this type of accessory. Please don’t mind this when you translate, a lot of technical words and names can get misunderstood.

  2. Irene

    Creo que no se ha enviado el comentario que acabo de escribir, venía a decir que me ha encantado el tutorial, que no esperaba que una alfombrilla para escurrir platos pudiera convertirse en bisutería perfectamente llevable, yo me lo pondría! Y estoy harta de ver tu blog en craftgawker así que te sigo ya para siempre desde bloglovin porque siempre haces cosas muy chulas 🙂 Un besito!

  3. Zazzii

    Wonderful, brilliant, now all I need to know is where to buy a “custom plastic wringer”. Please suggest some places of purchase, in English. Thank you

    1. annaevers Post author

      Hi Zazzii !! I bought it at a 99 cent store, you can also buy it at Chinese bazars or any other kitchen supply store… good luck DIY’ing! 😉


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