Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Pop tab bracelets


If you want a clever and fun project to do with your pop tabs try these!  They are fun and unique and everyone loves them.  I made these just for fun but have also sold them at craft fairs.  For a while they were the craze at my sons school!  This is where these bracelets originated from from the girl that played Bella on Twilight!  So instead of tossing these pop tabs in the trash you can make these cute bracelets!








Here are some directions on how to make these! There are several different varieties out there!
http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/pop_tab_bracelet


Here are my take!  I like adding color to the bracelets!
       

17 comments:

Heather Miller said...

Love your blog it looks very nice.Keep up the good work.

Ashley S said...

Love the addition of color to the bracelets! So fun and funky.

Victoria said...

OMG this is such a cool idea.

bxcrochet said...

That is a really cool bracelet. My little sister would love them.

Michelle F.

Tara Leinen said...

Very cool idea I will have to share this with my sister she loves making bracelets like that!

xoxo, Tara
www.pookasfamily.com

Krystal Butherus said...

Cool bracelets! I had a wristlet made out of pop tabs!

Erin Slocum said...

What a neat idea! This seems like it would be easy for kiddos to do as well.

Christine D said...

I love the color! Is that the loom band type things? The blog looks amazing! I'm loving the face lift.

Lucero De La Tierra said...

Your colorful bracelets look much cooler than the one Kristen Stewart is wearing.

Tatanisha Worthey said...

Those are super cool! I need to try to make some of those- I like cool, unique pieces to wear!

BonBon Rose Girls Kristin said...

What a cool project!

Nicole Sanford said...

Love the new blog design! I've never seen this type of bracelet before. I must make one soon though. :)

Cole said...

This totally seems something like a middle schooler would made

Krystal said...

That's a really cool idea. Now I'll have to save my pop tabs so I can try this.

Show Me Mama said...

Oh, those are so cute. My daughter would definitely make these. Thanks for sharing.

Across the Avenue said...

Such a cool idea! Adding the color is a big win.

Angie Bailey said...

My niece is very creative and loves making jewelry. I'll have to tell her about these.

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