Today’s project is a lovely summer bracelet featuring roses made with Mod Melts. I showed you this new product last week in this DIY daisy bracelet tutorial. I love that you can use it with silicone molds to quickly create detailed flowers that are commonly made with slow curing resin. You can whip out this bracelet in well under 1 hour!
ModMelts and Molds with Sticks (see: tutorial for using the mod melts)
Connector Metal Squares (I found these at Joanns)
2 pairs of flat nose jewelry pliers
Create your charms using Mod Melts as in the link above. I used the smaller rose on the Floral Mold. I painted 6 of them in a green/blue color palettes. I sealed them with Mod Podge matte finish.
Connect the squares with jump rings. Begin by twisting jump rings open with 2 sets of pliers.
Add a square.
Add second square and close jump ring by twisting back with 2 sets of pliers.
Continue adding squares until you have enough for each rose charm.
Glue each rose onto a square with E6000 and let dry for at least 1 hour.
To finish, use jump rings to attach toggle clasp on each end for bracelet closure.
What do you think? Are you ready to try this stuff yet? I have tons more charms left from my afternoon of creating with Mod Melts. As promised, you will be seeing more!