How to find my bracelet size
Do you not buy bracelets on-line because you aren't sure if they will fit? I can help you with that problem. I will adjust any of my unique bracelets at creativejewelrybymarcia.com to fit your wrist. All you have to do when purchasing at creativejewelrybymarcia.com is type in the "ORDER NOTES" My wrist size is: (your size). Keep reading and I'll share with you how to measure your wrist, This technique will work whether its one for of my stainless steel chain silver bracelets or bracelet with stones. The length of a bracelet may vary for the same wrist size depending on what it is made of.
It's important to follow the directions so you get the right wrist size.
1)Use a cloth measuring tape, a string, or a strip of paper to measure the exact size of your wrist. Measure right below your wrist bone, where you would normally wear your bracelet.
STEP 2: If you're using a string or strip of paper, mark your size with a marker or pen. Use a ruler to measure the exact length. This is your wrist size.
Now you can shop at creativejewelrybymarcia.com for unique bracelets and not have to worry whether or not the bracelet will fit. You just need to remember to give me your wrist size. I will make the bracelet according to the size you gave me.
When you purchase a bracelet from me, you can order it to fit your wrist. Type in the ORDER NOTES: wrist size: (your wrist size). Please measure your wrist according to the directions in this blog.
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