How to Create Your Own Engraved Bracelet

Written by susan reynolds
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The most common reason for an engraved bracelet is to alert medics to your medical condition in case of emergency. If you become unconscious, you will need a way to tell the doctors that you have a medical condition such as diabetes, allergies, etc. However, not all customised engraved bracelets are for medical use. Some people just want to engrave their initials into a charm bracelet. Giving the gift of a personalised bracelet is also a great way to celebrate a birthday or anniversary. You can customise an engraving to say almost anything you want, in almost any font.

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    Figure out how much money you want to spend on your engraved bracelet before you go looking. Engraved bracelets range in price from about £13 to over £130.

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    Look at several different companies that offer personalised engraving, such as, and MedicAlert. Compare their prices and selection.

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    Decide on what kind of metal you want for your engraving. Your choices range from stainless steel to silver and gold.

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    Pick out the style of bracelet. Charm style bracelets are popular, and they have a tag that you can use to show off an engraving. Rubber style bracelets and thick bands of silver are popular with men.

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    Decide what you want to engrave on your bracelet. Most people put their names or initials. You can choose your font as well. Choose text, a monogram, or even an image. If you want to use your bracelet for medical purposes, you can add your medical condition and emergency contact information.

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    Measure your wrist and choose the size of chain you want.

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    Find out the shipping information and how long it will take the bracelet to arrive.

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    Fill out your online order with your customised information and pay for your bracelet.

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