Wood Monogram Wire Bracelet

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Well it’s that time of the year for gift giving! So many different things happening and/or coming to an end. We just celebrated Mother’s Day, Graduation along with Teacher Appreciation are going on right now and then very soon it will be Father’s Day. There are Weddings plans being made, babies being born, it’s just that time for saying thanks or congratulations.

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Today I am going to show you how to make a dainty Monogrammed or Charm Wood & Wire Bracelet. I recently joined the Silhouette Challenge Group and this post is part of the May Challenge DIY Gifts.

I love monograms and have been planning on making a piece of jewelry using my Silhouette Cameo and this Challenge was just the thing to get me crafting. These bracelets take around 20 minutes to make, they are super cute and one of a kind. Here’s how to make them!

Wood Monogram Wire Bracelet


How to make a wire bracelet


Open the wood circles package and sort out a few of the medium size circles. Choose smooth clear pieces that are not chipped.

Drill holes for bracelet

Using a hand drill, drill two small holes on either side of your wood circle. If you have never used a drill before, it does take a little practice to get the holes in straight, just keep trying. If your really not that handy with a drill, find someone who is to help you out.

Paint wood with decoupage

Lightly sand the edges of the circle if needed then brush on some decoupage on each side of the circle and let it dry. This will strengthen the wood and seal the edges.

Now you are going to cut out your charms with your Silhouette Cameo or Portrait. Open the Silhouette Studio, click on text symbol, type a letter and choose a font to use. I used Hiragino Kaku Gothic StdN for my “K”.

**Quick tip** An easy way to see all of your fonts and really get an idea of what they actually look like is to go to Woodmark.it. You can type in a word or phrase and it pulls up all the fonts on your computer so you can see them all at once! Love this site, especially for projects like this when you just can’t decide which font to use!

For the heart, I used a graphic I already had in my Silhouette Library. If you need one to use, you can download a heart dingbat and add the heart in as letter using the text button. Try MF Love Dings Font. The arrow I already had as well, again try a dingbat to use as a font. Try KG Arrows. I sized them all around .55 inches and set to print with the Gold Foil cut setting. Play around with the size to get the right fit using cardstock before cutting it out with foil. I love the Gold Foil it is hands down my favorite Silhouette product. I find a way to incorporate into most of my projects. Color wise it worked perfectly with this jewelry project.

Making the Bracelet:

make a wire bracelet

Cut off one loop of the wire, an inch bigger than your wrist to make a bangle. {I did not make this bracelet so it will unhook at one end because the wood I used is so soft I know it would eventually it would break with lots of use}. So I opted to make a bangle that you just slip on and off.

Curl wire with round pliers

With your round nose pliers make a loop in one end of the wire.

Add wood to wire bracelet

Hook the wood onto it and bend the wire all the way down to the wire base.

Now size your bangle, make sure you can slip it over your wrist, but not have it too loose it will fall off. Trim the wire if needed.

Close wire bracelet with pliers

Make a loop in the other end of the wire with your round nose pliers and gently bend it to hook it into the other side of the wood circle. Bend the wire to the base.

Tighten wire bracelet

Your wire will be wonky so gently bend it back into a shape of a bracelet. Gently press out any kinks in the wire with flat nose pliers.

The Silhouette Foil is made with an adhesive backing, but the sticky will not last on the the wood for long. So with a toothpick add a tiny bit of E6000 glue to the back of the letter and the charms and press it onto the wood. Too much glue will make it seep out side the letter, so go easy on the glue. Let it dry per manufacturers directions and they are ready to keep or give away!

DIY Monogram Wood Wire Bracelet madeinaday.com

I hope you liked this jewelry tutorial using a Silhouette Cameo. If you do not have one you could always use pre-made scrapbook letter stickers found in craft stores instead. Have fun!

Check out my Painted Wood Wire Bracelets too!

DIY Painted Wood Wire Bracelets madeinaday.com

Want to See More Silhouette Projects?

My Silhouette Challenge buddies and I are all sharing projects on our blogs today, so peruse the projects below for a wealth of Silhouette inspiration!

DIY Personalized Notebook DIY Kentucky Bourbon Etched Glass Set: Perfect Gift for Dad! Silhouette Monogram Ideas - Easy Monogram Photo DAD Accordian Fold Father's Day Card Etched Oregon Swing Top Bottle - May Silhouette Challenge Leather Bookmark DIY Wedding Gift Etched Glass Vase with a Silhouette How To Make Etched Glass Tile Coasters Simple Handmade Gifts for Under $10.00 Family Tree Frame with Vinyl Mother's Day Etched Glass Terrarium: The Perfect DIY Gift Wood Monogram Wire Bracelet The Art of the Etched Casserole Dish: Your Questions Answered! Faux Chalk Mason Jar Glass Delicious! Any More? An etched Glass plate

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  1. I love the simplicity and the endless potential for all sorts of designs.

  2. These are so cute and look easy enough for even me to make! :) I’m featuring you this week at Friday Favorites!! Thanks so much for sharing and linking up!

    1. Yay Thanks so much I am glad you liked them! I’ll stop by Friday!

  3. Fantastic bracelets – you are so talented. Thanks for linking up to Pin Worthy Wednesday, I have pinned your post to the Pin Worthy Wednesday Pinterest Board

  4. Jessica Iskey says:

    Wow!! I love these!! They are easy to make!! I made one of these for each of my friends and they loved them so much that they asked me to teach them how to make them!! They make really great gifts or make one for someone just for the check of it – they will love it!! Thank You so much!!

    1. I’m glad you tried them! I love them too! I stack them and wear 3-4 together! Glad you tried them thanks for stopping by and for the sweet comment.

  5. These are adorable! I am totally going to give them a try for end of the year teacher gifts! Thanks so much for sharing your craftiness! Found you over at Moonlight and Mason Jars :-)

    1. Glad you found me! They are my new fav summer accessory! Have fun making them, I would leave them a little larger just in case the teachers wrist is different than your own.

  6. This bracelet looks absolutely amazing! How handy are you!

  7. Oh my goodness- I can’t believe you made these! These are so cute and would be great birthday gifts!

    1. Thanks so much! I am posting some I painted tomorrow, finally got off my tassel addiction! Lol! Thanks for stopping by!

  8. These are so, so, so, so cute! I have tons of friends that would adore these–definitely a great gift idea! I’m loving the adhesive foil look.


    1. Oh so glad you liked them! I love them too! Tomorrow I’ll be posting some that I painted. Tey super cute too! Thanks for stopping by!

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