Wrap your wrist in colorful designs created from surprising materials.
Directions for making a neat piece of kid jewelry.
These sparkly bracelets are a cinch for novice fairies to string, especially if you make the faux gem dewdrops beforehand.
Miscellaneous buttons and bead to form a pretty pattern, you can create spring-time fun to wear with lots of outfits.
Friendship bracelets have been around for years and are a favorite with girls. Some forms of this craft use intricate weaving and macramé patterns, but ours is as simple as braiding a friend's hair!
Kids' spidey senses will be tingling with anticipation at making these creepy crawly spider bracelets. A super easy craft to make at home or in the classroom, it's a fun idea for insect themes as well!
Outdoor-inspired activities include a stick vase, macrame bracelet and bandanna sit-upon.
This friendship bracelet combines elements of summer and winter -- pretty purple flower blossoms and beads as clear as ice.
Fashioned with Princess Ariel in mind, this fanciful wrist corsage is a great craft to kick off a princess party with an under the sea twist.
Get loud like Animal, the Muppet drummer and rock & roll icon! These bracelets let Animal fans make music everywhere they go. Inspired by Animal's wild hair style, these bracelets are made by stringing brightly colored pom-poms with silver jingle bells.
Repurpose old wool sweaters by felting the fabric -- shrinking the wool until it's thick and ravel-proof -- and then it's a cinch to create a bevy of stylish bracelets.
Your child can show her true colors with these fast and easy fashion bracelets, made from felt and buttons.