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No Sew Simple Fabric Bracelet Tutorial (w/ Banadanas)

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Today I am sharing how we made these easy fabric bracelets.  They really turned out great!

(We made so many, we’ve been giving them away to our friends too.)

How to make these easy no sew fabric bracelets!

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Summer Activity Schedule for Kids

We’ve been fairly busy so far this summer, I can’t believe June is nearly over.  I never even had a chance to talk about the activity schedule I’ve set up for my little guys this year.  It’s pretty much the same as what I’ve done in years past, (we are still using our jars) we’ve just switched up the days a bit due to twice a week swim lessons and a Thursday reading program we joined.

Our daily routine includes chores, workbooks, computer time, time in the kitchen and lots of swimming, reading and crafts.  (I linked to one  of the workbooks I bought- love these!  

I first saw the workbooks on Zulily, but bought them from Amazon for a dollar or two more so I could get them asap. (Zulily takes like a month to get stuff.) They come in all skill levels, so check them out if you are in the market for new workbooks.)

Easy Bracelet Craft:

One of our favorite crafts so far has been these little bracelets (my son enjoyed making these too).   I just love how they came out and they really were easy to make- totally frustration free!  I have used this tubing in a couple of bracelet crafts now, it really works great for this type of project.  (Remember my Duck Tape Neon Bangles?)

Ready to make some bracelets?  Here’s how:

Supplies needed to make fabric bracelets

Step 1:  Tear bandanas or other fabric into 1 inch strips.  Remove strings.

Step 2:  Cut tubing to appropriate size for whomever is wearing the bracelet.  Snip the lollipop stick into small pieces.  Add a bit of hot glue to one end of the tubing and insert the lollipop stick.  Add a bit more glue to the other side of the tube and and insert the other end of the lollipop stick to form a circle.

Step 3:  Add a bit of hot glue at the start of the wrap to secure fabric to tube.  Start wrapping the fabric around and around, twisting when you need to.

Keep going until the tube is completely covered.  One bandana strip (22 inches) will cover a small child’s size bracelet.  If you run out of fabric, just use a little glue and add another strip.  (try to wrap a little extra around the start of the new fabric to cover any seams.)  If you are crafting with a very young child, you may need to help them to keep the fabric tight as they wrap.

When you get to the end, just secure with a bit more glue and trim excess fabric.

Ta da, so cute (and so perfect for all our cousins we’ll be seeing for the 4th!)

how to make fabric bracelets

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47 Comments

  1. Evelyn @ My Turn for us says:

    You are so clever!! I am loving these!! So of course we had to Feature them at Freedom Fridays With All My Bloggy Friends this week!!! Thanks so much!! Just pinned and scheduled for a share on Facebook as one of our features!!

    Hugs

  2. Virginia Megin Gallagher says:

    These are adorable!
    Thank you for sharing your post this week at Brag About It Link Party on VMG206. I'm featuring you at Next Weeks Brag About It Link Party, Monday at midnight!
    ~ Megin of VMG206

  3. Mandy Beyeler says:

    Thanks for linking to Take-A-Look Tuesday over at Sugar Bee Crafts – you were featured today!! – – Mandy, SugarBeeCrafts.com

  4. Diane | An Extraordinary Day says:

    How fun! I love your use of the bandanna fabric…perfect for summer!
    Thanks for sharing your tutorial with us at Project Inpsire{d}!

  5. Kat Jeter says:

    Stopping by from Tutorial Tuesday link party. Looks easy enough to make and my daughter would adore these! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Cheryl Dewees says:

    This will be a perfect project when my nieces visit. Pinned!!

    I hopped over from the Do Tell Tuesday link up

  7. Jennifer Johnson says:

    How fun! This would be a great project for girls. Pinning!

  8. Neat idea and easy to make. Thanks for sharing.

  9. Ashley @ 3 Little Greenwoods says:

    Such a smart girl for using fish tubing for the bracelets! I love how colorful these are!

    Thanks for sharing on Show-Licious!
    ~ Ashley

  10. Seaweed and Raine says:

    Brilliant. It's winter here – but I can see a few of these in my future. 🙂
    Sheree

  11. Bobbi @ 3GLOL says:

    These are awesome…I know several chickies that would love them!! Pinning it!

    Thanks for sharing!

  12. Carmody Tisdale says:

    These are great bracelets!

  13. Crochet Hooks says:

    awesome craft! love these bracelets – kid or adult friendly for sure – and all the potential combinations of colors & textures! (I have a ton of scrap cloths lol)

  14. CandleRoo says:

    These are so clever! Could even use fabric scraps to match dresses I made for my nieces! So fun!!

  15. Crystal Nell says:

    I love these bracelets!! They are so cute and super easy. Great craft for summer! Thanks so much!!

  16. mollycottontail says:

    I love reading your posts. I'm not a young mother but a grandmother helping out with a 5 year old granddaughter. Keep up the good work!