Bracelets are one of the first accessories you could let your kids wear. They are cute colourful accessories which are safer than necklaces.
But we believe that they can be more than an accessory – think about the “friendship bracelets” we had as kids. Because of that, bracelet making serves as a good activity to do with your kids. It’s an easy, stress-free bonding time that could also cultivate friendship between you and them.
If you’re looking for bracelet ideas, here are some tutorials that you might want to try. Most materials used are readily found in your home!
A paper bracelet with texts (from The PopCase)
A macrame bracelet made out of paracord and Korean knotting cord (from Remarkably Domestic)
A plastic canvas bracelet (from Crafts Unleashed)
The fastest DIY friendship bracelet made from embroidery threads (from hey wanderer)
An easy DIY soda pop bracelet (view tutorial here)
A Heart friendship bracelet with embroidery threads (from Honestly WTF)
A braided bracelet made from old/unused fabrics (from Lula Louise)
Another embroidery thread bracelet, with beads (from I’m Topsy Turvy)
A simple leather bracelet (from Ael R)
A paper bracelet the boys might like (from Diabolik Danger)
Simple bangles covered with embroidery floss (from Honestly WTF)
An easy DIY with an intricate design (from Kreatywna przyjemnosc)
A light bracelet made with small chains and embroidery floss (from Swell Mayde)
Pleated bangles made from cardboard (from Mark Montano)
A 5-strand braided bracelet (from Design and Form)
A bracelet made from leftover fabrics and larger chains (from Studs & Pearls)
A paracord bracelet (from Remarkably Domestic)
This paracord bracelet on the other hand is easier to access for emergency situations (learn more about it and get the tutorial here)
Which of these do you think your kids will like the most?