hello diy / wish bracelets:

March 4, 2013


This is a really quick & easy DIY project, and makes a sweet gift for friends :)
 


Supplies: 
- Alphabet stamps
- Drawstring cloth bags
- Cord (mine is from here)
- Beads (I used Czech Glass from here)
- Scissors
- Gift Tags


First I measured about 8" for the bracelet. This can be adjusted based
on the wrist size and always cut down if too much is cut.



String your beads in the center and tie a knot at each end of the beads.


Switch up colors or whatever!


Next, stamp your bag with whatever you'd like it to say. I stamped "wish".



Take a gift tag and write a little note explaining the bracelet. I wrote 
"Make a wish. Tie on your bracelet. When it falls off, your wish is granted" All done! :)

26 hello's:

  1. They are seriously so cute! I love the pictures :D You did a great job at making these, I used to made bracelets like that in summer :)

    Great post!

    XO
    scribblesofvalerie.blogspot.com

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  2. these are so so great and so easy to make.. I just might make a few to sell locally around here in our area of FL... so so fun..thks for the inspiration!

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  3. I am always fishing for small cute gift ideas (so I can easily ship them to friends abroad). These bracelets are so cute and fun!

    xx Kaisa

    http://reindeertrails.blogspot.com.es

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  4. Oh! These are so sweet! Used to make these when I was small! But they are wonderful for all ages! :)

    Michelle

    madeinhappymh.blogspot.ca

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  5. This is so cute, love the idea! xx

    www.creativityandchocolate.blogspot.com 

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  6. So perfect! I feel a girl's craft night calling my name! xoxo

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  7. It's mad how much bracelets or little gifts like this can cost so much, better to make them. Thank you showing how.
    Check out my Bargain Busters section at my blog.

    Emily Jayne Lewis
    www.emilyjaynelewis.blogspot.co.uk

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  8. Love the simplicity!
    I like your blog!!! Very original... I love the colors+pictures+inspirations

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  9. I would be delighted to be on the receiving end of one of these.

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  10. such a nice idea : ) Definitely going to try it!
    Thank you

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  11. Beautifully done.

    Regards,
    The Unabashed Feminist
    http://unabashedfeminist.blogspot.in

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  12. Love these!! Where can you purchase the little cloth bags?

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  13. really nice!

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  14. nice...
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  16. nice...
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  17. nice...
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  18. These are adorable. I love your little tags & the little bags too. Was looking for a quick bracelet to raise funds for the MS walk this weekend,might make something similar to these. Thank you, they are adorable :)

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  19. So so cute. I have a silly question :) I'm trying to make these as gifts for some friends and for the life of me, I can't get any of the beads strung on the hemp twine. Do you have any tips? I ordered a bunch of different beads but they're all too narrow for the twine (which seems to be standard size?)

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  20. so simple yet so easy and super cute. thanks for the idea :))) yay!

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  21. Hi Danni,

    Would you be able to tell me what thickness of thread you used in these pictures and also the size bead. I would love to try these but don't want to order a bead that is too small for the hemp thread.

    Thanks so much for sharing!

    Danyah from Sydney x

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