Thursday, June 28, 2012

Sue's Bracelet Helper Review

Have you heard of Sue's Bracelet Helper?  Sue's Bracelet Helper is a pretty, wire-wrapped bracelet aid.  It is in essence, a helping hand for anyone who struggles with their bracelet clasp and needs help putting it on by themselves.

I think this is an ingenious product.  How many situations can you think of when you wanted two of yourselves or possibly more hands?  The Sue's Bracelet Helper serves as an extra hand!  It works on a variety of bracelet closures and clasps.  It is available in 8 different wire colors: rose red, peridot, kelly green, baby blue, navy blue, purple, lavender, and pretty pink.  And there are five different charms to choose from: kitty cat face, leaf, half moon, love, and rose.

 My Sue's Bracelet Helper with the love charm and my bracelet.   This particular clasp isn't extremely difficult to put on by myself but I wanted to try out my new helper!

 Just Clip


 And Flip!


Sue has a great video on her website that you can view here for further instructions - clip, grip, and flip!  I am wondering if this will become a handy tool when teaching A to put on her own bracelets.

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Jessica @ Barefoot by the Sea said...

Wow! This is a great tutorial! Thanks for sharing.

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Veralynn said...

I can't tell you how many times I've been in that frustrating situation! Thanks for sharing this review. Feel free to stop by my blog anytime- I host a weekly link party called "This Week the Trend" that I'd love for you to join and I'm currently offering free ad space! I hope you have a great week!


Alyssa McVey said...

Why haven't I thought of this before? What a great idea. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Following you back. :)