Hi everyone 🙂 My name is Jessica from Happy Together and I have the pleasure of blog swapping with Michelle today.
I am blessed to be able to live my dreams by staying home with my daughter and being able to use my creative talents. I share on my blog mostly crafty things with lots of tutorials and the occasional other things sprinkled in. I also have an Etsy shop where patterns I make are for sale as well as other things like headbands for your cutie pie. Today I wanted to share a simple tutorial to make a trimmings bracelet.
I thought of this when I was trying to come up with something to do with small pieces of trims/ribbons I would have left over from projects.
They are quick to make and require no jewelry making experience. Here we go……
Start by gathering what you need:
-Leftover trims, ribbons, etc. at least 8″ long
-Clasp (I used toggle clasps)
-Glue and/or heat sealing instrument (candle, wood burning tool)
Cut the ribbons and trims to be about 8 inches. You can measure your wrist and change this if needed, but I made it so it had extra room on my wrist but not enough to fall off.
I always heat seal with a candle flame.
Isn’t she adorable?! How fun are these bracelets for summer! Thanks Jessica for swappin’ it up with me today!
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