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Repeat the steps, moving onto a new link: put the first color (coral) on top of the second color (blue) and pull it out from under the 2nd link and over the top left.

Lay the second color (blue) on top of the first color (peach) and pull it out from under the 2nd link and over the top left again.

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This will help to secure the images on even stronger and it gives it a nice glossy finish to everything.

When I made my DIY Wood Photo Block, I applied mod podge over the top of the image instead of the Polyurethane.

For more great gift ideas using pictures, make sure to check out my DIY Wood Photo Block, DIY Photo Tile Coasters, and the best method to transfer photos to canvas, my DIY Photo to Canvas Tutorial.

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Knot the all the threads at the top, leaving about 2 inches of slack.

Sandwich each set between a bobby pin – this will help you easily weave the threads through the links of the bracelet. Pull the first color (coral) from under the first link and over the top of the left side.

A few weekends ago was spent celebrating with my friend that will be moving away to San Diego.

So today I am sharing this personalized gift that a friend and I made for her.

Lay the second color (blue) over the first color (coral).

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