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Friendship Bracelets {Craft Camp} I am excited to be offering 30 days of fun crafts to keep kids active and entertained this summer!

Friendship Bracelets {Craft Camp}

You won’t want to miss a day of these fun crafts for kids from some amazing bloggers! Please be sure to pay them a visit! Hi I am Beckie from Infarrantly Creative and Knock Off Décor and I am back here on STML showing you how to make woven friendship bracelets As I was thinking about what project to do for this series I tried to remember what my most favorite craft was when I was a girl. It was by far bracelet making! I have noticed they are making their way back on children’s wrists lately. These are different than the macramé knot tying bracelets. Supplies: Embroidery Floss Scissors Pins Nimble fingers 1. 2. 3. Depending on how you want your bracelet to look you will loop your pinky under that strand and pull the end loop (#7 and #8) through them all. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Your girls will be kept busy making embroidery floss bracelets all summer. Colored Pencil Jewelry. Note from Design Mom: I asked Kate of Mini Eco to create a Back to School themed project for us to try.

Colored Pencil Jewelry

I think making beads out of colored pencils is brilliant! Wouldn’t these beads be fun for your elementary school-ers to string for a class project? It would also be a fun activity at an art-themed birthday party. Here’s Kate: Lately I have become a little addicted to making (and wearing) colored pencil jewelry. I think the results look great and you, or your child, will definitely stand out from the crowd wearing them!

You will need Colored PencilsJunior hacksawFine sandpaperDrill and small drill bitThread (for the necklace)Superglue (for the brooch and earrings)Brooch back (for the brooch) How to: Basic Bead Necklace. Diy scratch off cards. {scratch off save the date cards by martha stewart via how about orange?}

diy scratch off cards

This diy project instantly took me back to my childhood. i used to love (ok, still do) scratch off cards. there’s just something about the unknown, and the excitement of scratching off that silver paint to see what’s revealed underneath. “DAD! Do you have a quarter?” Now thanks to martha stewart, we can make our own diy scratch off cards- right at home! How fun would this be for save the dates, baby announcements and all sorts of surprises? Click here for the full how to. do you have any ideas on how to use this technique?

Wrap up: {announcement} {cards} {craft} {diy} {paint} {project} {scratch off} {silver} How to make a toothbrush bracelet.