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Custom Cuff Links

Introduction

Custom cuff links for less than 15 bucks? It just takes a pair of buttons and a little epoxy to outfit your dapper gent in bespoke bling.

Cuff Link How-To
Choose your cuff link theme. Jewelry-supply stores, like kibeads.com, offer lots of inspiration, so be creative. These use multicolored stones. You can also use coins or drusy, a type of glittery gemstone. Adhere your stones or coins to cuff link pads, available at jewelrysupply.com, using E6000 glue (you can order at artbeads.com).

Source
Blueprint, November/December 2007

Reviews (5)

  • 22 May, 2012

    For what it's worth... you can buy most of these items at wholesale, plus a large selection of gemstones at CGM Findings. :-)

  • 29 Aug, 2011

    has anyone found the cuff link pads at Michaels or Joanns? or maybe even Walmart?

  • 13 Jun, 2011

    E6000 is available in most craft stores and WalMart, I haven't tried this craft but use E6000 in several others.

  • 8 Feb, 2011

    Thank you for the wonderful suggestion! My husband loves cuff links and now I've made him one of a kind pieces that he will treasure and one day so will my boys!

  • 24 Sep, 2010

    I wasn't able to find cuff link pads at jewelrysupply.com like it was stated in the article, but I was able to find great cufflinks for under 15 bucks at <a href="http://www.cuffsmart.com">CuffSmart Cufflinks</a>.