{EVAN} How to make custom Cuff Links for the Gentlemen

Custom Cuff Links 

I am creating 6 custom cuff links for 5 groomsmen and a groom all with very different personalities.  Yes, they are gifts for my Brother and his special friends.  I just completed the first one for sweet Randy S.  He grew up watching Captain Planet and wanted a super hero logo.  So here you go Randy.  I used yours to create the tutorial :P

You can also get someone to sketch something that represents you as well.  This is what Sal is doing.  Sal’s niece is designing his image.  I thought that was very clever and quite sentimental.

The cuff links would make great gifts for the Wedding Party, Father’s Day present, and even birthdays.  I made one for my Father.  My parents 4oth Anniversary is coming up and we want to do something special for them.  So, here’s my head start:)  I hope you enjoy this tutorial!

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11 thoughts on “{EVAN} How to make custom Cuff Links for the Gentlemen

    • Greetings Lindsay! The images came from personal photos and links the groomsmen sent to me. Since these are gifts and I did not charge to make them, I did not infringe on any copyright laws. If you like vintage images, there is a wonderful site with free images you can use for personal purposes at: http://graphicsfairy.blogspot.com/
      Depending on what images you are looking for, there are many sites you can purchase images from as well. I hope this answers your questions.

  1. Thank you so much! I’m so excited to make these. Your video is the only one i could find show me how, it’s wonderful. Thank you.

  2. Hello! Awesome tutorial thank you so much! Where did you purchase the empty cuff links? Can’t wait to make a pair of these for a Christmas Present!

  3. Hello. I would like to ask about using homemade mod podge for cufflink filling. I have never done anything with any of these supplies. And I only need all that for only one pair of cufflinks. Mod podge is quite expensive here and it is too much for one time using. So I have read about alternatives of it that are white glue mixed with water. So I wonder if you tried doing something like cufflinks with homemade mod podge and if it has the same result? Thank you in advance!

  4. Thanks for posting this video! I am going to be attempting to make the cufflinks for the groomsmen and this helps out a lot. I always thought it’d be much more difficult than this.

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