She Gets A Toothbrush And Starts Plucking Out Every Bristle But When She Reveals The End Result? AWESOME!

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Custom made jewelry can end up costing a pretty penny if you buy it at the store or online. Why not try making some one of a kind pieces at home that cost practically nothing and look just as beautiful as their pricier counterparts! With this tutorial, making your own arm candy can be extremely low cost, easy, and fun to do.

YouTuber Katrina Sherwood posted the creative method that she uses to make unique and inventive plastic bracelets on her blog “Katrinaosity.” The project is a hands-on way to re-use and recycle old plastic toothbrushes into trendy, colorful, 80s style bracelets, so you won’t waste or need to buy anything.

Even if you don’t have any old plastic toothbrushes laying around, they can easily be found at the store for well under five dollars. You can make lots of these and if you mess up it doesn’t matter, just keep going until you make the perfect accessory!

To create your very own bracelets you will need some plastic toothbrushes (the cheap kind work fine), needle nose pliers, a towel and oven mitts, heat resistant tongs, and a pot of hot water. To begin, start by first heating up the pot of water on the stove until it boils.

In the meantime, take the needle nose pliers and use them to rip out all of the bristles from the toothbrush heads. Once the bristles have been completely removed, place one toothbrush at a time in the boiling water for about 10 seconds or so. Using the heat resistant tongs, carefully remove the toothbrush and check to see how pliable it is with a towel or oven mitt protecting your hand.

If it bends enough to be folded into a bracelet shape that will fit around your wrist, it’s done. If it doesn’t, simply place it back in the boiling water for another 10 seconds or so, until it’s flexible enough to bend. The plastic will cool off quickly so you may have to re-boil it a few times until you get the toothbrush to bend into a wearable, desired shape.

These awesome looking, colorful, acrylic type bracelets are so easy to create and turn out beautiful. You can make a bunch and stack them, plus they can be custom made to match any outfit or look you are going for. Check out the video to learn more on how to make them and enjoy!

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Have You Ever Counted The Bracelet Lines On Your Wrist? How Many Are There? This Is What It Means!

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Palmistry, or hand reading, is an ancient art, the roots of which have been traced back several thousand years to India. Its believed to have been born from Hindu astrology and was first written about when it was mentioned in the Chinese book the I Ching.

Palmistry quickly spread all over Asia and Europe, whereupon Aristotle took an interest in it and passed the knowledge on to Alexander the Great. He used it often to judge the character of his officers and closely read the lines of their palms.

The practice has since endured throughout the ages, yet today most people view it as pseudo-science and are quick to dismiss it as superstitious beliefs. Part of why people are so skeptical is that they don’t truly understand it and only know what they see in the media where it has been wrongly portrayed in the many books, films, and TV shows that touch on it.

If you’re further interested in the subject, this video does an excellent job at describing what the lines and patterns on your hands signify.

However, the focus of this particular article is on the bracelet lines, which are also called rascette lines. These are the horizontal running lines located on the underside of our wrists, at the junction which separates the arm from the hand.

According to Metaphysics Knowledge, the more lines a person has, the longer they are expected to live. Also, the first line is more important and telling than the rest. If it is clear, unbroken, and deeply defined then the person can expect to enjoy good bodily health and strength. If it is unclear, broken, and weakly defined then the person is viewed as careless and weak.

Most people have 2-3 lines, and a rare few have 4. In terms of years, the first bracelet line signifies 23-28 years of life, the second 46-56 years, the third 69-84 years, and the fourth represents more than 84 years of life.

Furthermore, health problems are often expressed through each of the bracelet lines. The first one differs for men and women. Women whose initial line is broken or curves up towards the base of their palm may experience gynecological issues, such as problems conceiving or giving birth.

For men, if their first line is broken or curves up towards the base of their palm it means they may also have reproductive issues, or urinary and prostate difficulties as well. The second wrist line is used to evaluate a persons expectations of wealth. If it’s clearly defined, straight, and unbroken they can look forward to relative prosperity and happiness.

The third line tells of fame and power. If it’s straight and unbroken that individual is, or will likely be, quite influential in their life. As to the fourth bracelet line, this one usually runs parallel to the third line and is seen as complimentary to it.

Thus, if you are one of the rare few who have such a line, it strengthens and fortifies the fame aspects associated with the third line. It’s all very fascinating to think that there are hints buried in the wrists and palms of your hand which can reveal hidden truths and what your future holds.

There’s a lot of great information and many more details covered in the video, so check it out and then take a moment to look down at your wrists. Closely examine them for how many bracelet lines you have and see what they mean. Share this with friends and family, then try reading their wrist lines. It’s really fun and you may just learn something about them!

How many do you have? Let us know!

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