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Catch a Falling Star bracelet

Uh, well, a bracelet finally. This one took a lot of time and effort and skin depressions.



This is pretty much how it looks on somebody's wrist, without the wrist. It fits on my wrist nicely, that much I know.



The waxed paper stars attached to the bracelet. You can see all the small (4 mm) jump rings attached to the bracelet randomly.





Oh look! It's the bicycle charm from the Take Me Home necklace.

Well, actually the stars and bicycle charms, I can remove and put them back on as and when I like. So I have a lot of flexibility with this bracelet ;D



And this is another width of the bracelet. But it's going to fall off your wrist if you wear it like that.

The latch might be hard to use at first, but after you get used to it, it's no problem. I had problems with the latch at first, but after practising, I could put the bracelet on easily.

This is my 心肝宝贝 because I spent a lot of effort on it.

(And no, you can't buy this even if you pay me 50 dollars.)

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Haha I made this quite a while ago, during the holidays actually.

The colour of each star is actually different. ;) Er haha stating the obvious. I don't know what to write.

The selling price of this is $7.

If you're interested, the usual, leave a comment of contact me personally if you know me ;) Any questions, same.

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