Wednesday, November 19, 2008

How to Put a Bracelet on by Yourself

When you are home alone, it can be difficult to clasp a bracelet on your wrist. You can try to place your wrist and the dangling bracelet against a dresser drawer, holding it in place with your stretched finger, or you can use this method. If you are lucky, one of them will work for you before you run out of patience.
1. Get some magic tape (the softer tape) and pull off a small piece.
2. Hold your bracelet and tape one end of the bracelet to your wrist.
3. Pull the rest of the bracelet around and attach it.
4. Remove the tape gently.
5. Or you could put the back of your forearm on a flat surface (with the bracelet under your wrist) and hold the buckle with your index finger and thumb. And then if possible, use your other hand to hold onto the buckle so now you have a free hand. So use your free hand to buckle you bracelet up. (ex. If you are putting your bracelet on your right arm, you put the back of your right forearm on a flat suface (with your bracelet under your wrist). Next, you take the buckle with your left index finger and thumb and then with your right hand, hold the buckle. Then use your left hand to buckle you bracelet.)
· Make sure you use tape that is gentle to the skin.
· If the bracelet is heavy, use your leg, a flat surface like a table or something similar to prop up the heavy dangling end of the bracelet - otherwise you will be writhing about to try and get the tape affixed.
· As small a piece of tape as is possible is best, to avoid it curling up on you while you attempt to stick it on.

Do not use this tip if you have allergies to plastics, gums or band-aids. It may set off a reaction.

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