Everthine Ever Mine Permanent Fused Bracelets are now available! These are permanent bracelets that are fused on and will be your new favorite accessory. These dainty chain bracelets are available in 14k gold and sterling silver.
Want to make an appointment?
1: Available appointment time slots can be found HERE.
2: You will choose your chain style, and time slot.
3: Read all the details so you arrive prepared!
How long is an appointment?
I can take one person per 20 minute appointment. But, there is no limit on how many bracelets per appointment.
When should I arrive?
Each appointment lasts for approximately 20 min, and I recommend coming a bit early so you're ready for your appointment.
What if I'm late?
If you are late I may need to reschedule your appointment. It will all depend on if there are appointments after yours. Your tardiness can not push back everyone else's appointment. If an appointment is missed (no show, no message), there will be no refunds.
How much does it cost?
Pricing starts are $30, and goes up to $120. This is for a chain bracelet between 6”-8”. If you would like an anklet or longer chain there will be an additional fee to cover the additional cost of the chain.
What does “fused bracelet" mean?
I will weld on a custom fitted chain bracelet to your wrist using an easy, painless process. Because the bracelet is fused on, it does not have a clasp and therefore will "permanently" stay on (until you decide to remove it).
What bracelet options do you have?
I currently offer 14k Gold and Sterling Silver (please see important info on sterling silver below) chains.
There are no appointments available! Do you take walk ins?
For now I am not taking walk-ins. If you're unable to nab one of the time slots you are welcome to come and roll the dice. There may be extra time, or last minute changes to the schedule. You never know!
What if I want it off?
It's easy to remove your bracelet. You can clip the chain with a finger nail trimmer or scissors.
If you choose a sterling silver option, you should know a few things about sterling silver. Sterling is an alloy of fine silver and copper. The copper in sterling makes it strong, but can cause a few inconveniences. Rarely some people react to sterling, causing their skin to turn green. This is easily resolved by washing off the green tint on your skin with soap. The second thing that can happen with sterling is that it can turn grey when it comes into contact with bleach, or hot tub/pool chemicals. The grey can be removed with a Pro Polish Pad.
What if my bracelet breaks or stretches?
Don't worry- though hardy, gold and sterling does have their limits- if your piece breaks or stretches just keep the chain and contact me to schedule a repair for a small fee (no need to schedule a separate appointment unless you'd like to add another chain anyways.)
In an effort to keep our community healthy I am requiring proof of Covid-19 vaccination. Please bring your photo ID and vaccination card with you to your appointment. In addition, I ask that you wear a N95 or KN95 mask because we will be sitting very close to one another while your bracelets is being fused. I will have masks available just in case.