This fun bracelet combines two of my favorite things: candy and recycling! Plus, your child will get to practice folding, weaving, and making colorful patterns. Keep reading to find out how to use old Starburst candy wrappers to create this adorable and colorful bracelet with your child!
These bright, stretchy, fabric loops are usually used with a loom to make potholders. But did you know they can also be used to make fun and easy jewelry? Keep reading to learn how to make this simple, yet stylish, necklace. The best part? All you need are potholder loops!
This pretty headband is awesomely easy to make and is a cute way to hold hair in place! Add a DIY felt flower or leave as is- it’s lovely either way! Read on for simple instructions on how to make this fun and colorful headband.
You won’t believe how easy this pretty rattail cord friendship bracelet is to make. It’s so simple, even school-age kids will be able to follow the pattern. Once you get the hang of the stitch, you will want to make several to share with friends. And the color and shine of the rattail cords — they are the definition of pretty! This friendship bracelet has definitely become one of our favorites.