Have you ever struggled to put on your bracelets, only to become frustrated and ask someone else to help you?
What if there isn’t someone around… do you end up doing what I affectionately call Bracelet Yoga? You know, there you contort your body into new and interesting positions just trying to get that clasp hooked.
Or worse, you bite down on your bracelet to hold it in place like a jewelry vampire, hoping that you don’t damage your favorite bracelet or break a tooth.
Yeah, I’ve been there, and so has a mom. You see, I made her a beautiful wire wrapped bracelet for her birthday one year. She adored it, but it was just a wee bit too short.
Instead of ruining the design by adding clunky extension chain, something she could have easily done as a jewelry designer herself, she just suffered through a round of Bracelet Yoga every time she put it on.
Until she got utterly and thoroughly FED UP.
She sat down to come up with a solution, something that didn’t involve redesigning every bracelet in the world. After hours of digging through her own jewelry studio, she pulled out a length of durable aluminum jewelry wire, a couple pairs of pliers, and the Bracelet Helper was born!
And it only took her using it ONCE in public, for someone to beg her to make them one. And it didn’t stop there.
Now, we sell out of them at every show, no matter how many we make. It’s simple, it’s efficient, and it’s safe for all kinds of jewelry (unlike the kind you find on ebay with the clip at the end… talk about instant damage).
Not convinced? Just watch how easy it is to use.