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  1. WickedBadNaughty says 3.29.12

    They’re dummies, Dummy. lol

  2. […] / sparkly as my taste typically runs, I’ve been craving tough chic hardware pieces (like my bullet cuff, remember her?)  I’ve been piling them on, rolling up the sleeves of my striped tees, and […]

  3. […] with studs, spikes, or leather and I’m going to love it. So when I saw this tutorial on Stripes and Sequins about how to create your own bullet bracelet similar to the ones on Bullet Girl, but without a $600 […]

  4. Amariebeauty says 4.13.12

    Love this.  Total opposite of all the buttons, fabric flowers and common DIY acc.  I like to make the others but they are not my style, this is one to make for myself! 

  5. Corazoncito says 4.15.12

    LOVE THIS! 🙂

  6. […] DIY Bullet Cuff by Stripes and […]

  7. owyhee_girl says 4.27.12

    You can take real ammo on the plane just not on your carry on, however you must declare it at check in.  I travel with guns and ammo all the time as a competitive shooter.

  8. CC88 says 4.29.12

    she purchased them and provided a link…in fact this is actually really, really dangerous. We can’t import them to Canada or order them from the site she linked because it is so dangerous to ship them, let alone wear them on your wrist. I’m waiting so i can get BLANKS after my friends go to firearms training. YOU MUST NOTE—SHE GLUED THESE. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO ANYTHING ELSE OTHER THAN GLUE BULLETS, UNLESS THEY ARE BLANKS. THEY WILL EXPLODE.

    1. graceatwood says 4.29.12

      Caitlin – these bullets are not real, nor dangerous.  On the Studs + Spikes website they explain that the problem with importing them is that they are confusing to customs officials.  See below from the website.  Please do your research before writing comments like this!
      FAQ: I live outside the USA, can I import a Bullet Belt? These items are confusing to some customs officials as to how to handle them. We advise that if you live outside the USA, call your customs officials and ask if it is OK to ship these into your country. Describe them as “costume metal belts” that are often used for theatre props and costume work. Make sure they know that these are fake and inert, and in no way are harmful or loaded rounds. They are completely safe as shipping any type of metal object. Please note: We make no claim that these items are legal to ship to your country, we claim that if you order them, you take full reasonability in knowing the laws of your country and that you are telling us that it is safe to ship them. We will not refund any item seized by your countries officials. We have shipped to United Kingdom, Sweden, Norway, Japan, and New Zealand without incident thus far. Australia requires a permit to ship. We believe that Denmark, Canada and Spain prohibit bullet belts. (Please verify all this information with your customs officials before ordering. We make no claim in knowledge of import laws.)

  9. CC88 says 4.29.12

    she purchased them and provided a link…in fact this is actually really, really dangerous. We can’t import them to Canada or order them from the site she linked because it is so dangerous to ship them, let alone wear them on your wrist. I’m waiting so i can get BLANKS after my friends go to firearms training. YOU MUST NOTE—SHE GLUED THESE. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO ANYTHING ELSE OTHER THAN GLUE BULLETS, UNLESS THEY ARE BLANKS. THEY WILL EXPLODE!

    1. graceatwood says 4.29.12

      Caitlin – these bullets are not real, nor dangerous.  On the Studs + Spikes website they explain that the problem with importing them is that they are confusing to customs officials.  See below from the website.  Please do your research before writing comments like this!

      FAQ: I live outside the USA, can I import a Bullet Belt? These items are confusing to some customs officials as to how to handle them. We advise that if you live outside the USA, call your customs officials and ask if it is OK to ship these into your country. Describe them as “costume metal belts” that are often used for theatre props and costume work. Make sure they know that these are fake and inert, and in no way are harmful or loaded rounds. They are completely safe as shipping any type of metal object. Please note: We make no claim that these items are legal to ship to your country, we claim that if you order them, you take full reasonability in knowing the laws of your country and that you are telling us that it is safe to ship them. We will not refund any item seized by your countries officials. We have shipped to United Kingdom, Sweden, Norway, Japan, and New Zealand without incident thus far. Australia requires a permit to ship. We believe that Denmark, Canada and Spain prohibit bullet belts. (Please verify all this information with your customs officials before ordering. We make no claim in knowledge of import laws.)

  10. […] guys might remember this bullet cuff project from a while back.  I think that was when I first developed an obsession with Jennifer […]

  11. AJ says 4.15.13

    hi, I saw your bullet ring and I thought it was pretty cool and i was wondering if you could do a DIY bullet necklace? I googled it, and there’s only tutorials on how to make them out of the shells, so yeah. Sorry and thank you at the same time!

  12. Jamilah says 1.7.14

    I absolutely LOVE your blog and because of you and a few select bloggers, eating and being fashionable are no longer a trade off.

  13. Tucker says 4.5.14

    Where did you find the bullets?

  14. […] / sparkly as my taste typically runs, I’ve been craving tough chic hardware pieces (like my bullet cuff, remember her?)  I’ve been piling them on, rolling up the sleeves of my striped tees, and […]

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