Creative Bracelets made from Recycled Items

Making jewelry from recycled items has become a rage these days, with more and more individuals opting for these eco-friendly and really creative trinkets. And if you belong to this group, then here are some interesting bracelets that have been designed from recycled items.


Large Safety Pin Cuff Bracelet

Fancy making a bracelet with discarded safety pins, telephone wires, scraps of plastic tubing and computer cables! This particular design from South Africa incorporates all of these elements in order to transform into a really cool, colorful and funky bracelet that can be worn with ease. The material is sturdy enough to make the bracelet durable as well.


Haute Key Bracelet

How about opting for a bracelet made of the keys of a vintage typewriter? The keys used for the bracelet are easily more than 60 years old, and come in different shades of yellow, cream, ivory and even green! The keys would appear a bit worn out, but that would add to the vintage appeal of the bracelet.

The standard length of the bracelet is 7 inches. However, you can make additional ½ inch increments if needed. You can expect to see a combination of alphabets and numbers in the bracelet or order a custom one fitted with your name. A gunmetal clasp completest this one of a kind Haute Key Bracelet.


Bicycle Chain Bracelet

If you are an avid biker and want to show your love for bikes to the world, then what better way to do that than opt for this one of a kind Bicycle Chain Bracelet that has been made from discarded bike parts? Each bracelet is made from a new chain, and is painstakingly handcrafted to give it a dark, sleek and polished look. The individual bike parts are connected via circular rings with the provision to increase the size if needed. As of now, the Bicycle Chain Bracelet is available in three sizes; 7.5 inches, 6.5 inches and 5.75 inches.


Vegan Steampunk USB Bracelet

Made entirely out of discarded pieces of recycled linoleum flooring, the Vegan Steampunk USB Bracelet is designed by musician Jesse Herbert who uses the bracelet to distribute his music to his friends and fans. Instead of handing out the USB keys plainly, Herbert places them in handcrafted vegan-friendly cuffs made out of recycled linoleum flooring. And though he originally used leather for the cuffs, Herbert later shifted to old linoleum to satisfy his vegan-friendly customers.

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