I have very few hard and fast rules when it comes to jewelry. One of my rules is that if I find a piece of jewelry that I want to buy but I can make it, then I am required to at least attempt to make it. And secondly, if I find a bracelet (that I can't make) that actually fits my child-size wrists then I buy it! Especially if the price is right. I hit the Nordstrom Rack clearance section this week (at a minimum, this is a quarterly event) and discovered this plastic green cuff. It fit perfectly, and it was under $10. Sold! But really? A plastic green cuff? Today I am questioning the thought process that went into this purchase. I am thinking that I should add one more important criteria to my list of questions...must love it. But here I waiver. It was under ten bucks. So what if I only have occasion to wear this funky thing once or twice? :) By the way, the chain link bracelet was a gift from my friend Kristin for my birthday last year, love it!