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Make Popsicle Stick Bracelets

19 April 2011 29,061 views 6 Comments

by rhonda

Suzy from Suzy's Artsy Craftsy Sitcom came across this idea in a magazine from 1970.  Don't you love it when crafts come back around?  This idea has so many possibilities that it's mind boggling, and popsicle sticks are just about the most inexpensive thing I can think of to make a bangle!  I love Suzy's incredible painted designs and her addition of blingy embellishments, and even if you don't feel confident enough in your painting skills to attempt such intricate patterns there are a bunch of other ways you can spiff them up as well!  [how to make popsicle stick bracelets]

Project estimate:

  • Popsicle sticks, on hand or $1
  • Water, on hand
  • Drinking glass, on hand
  • Paint, on hand
  • Embellishments, on hand or $1 and up

Total:  Free and up

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6 Comments »

  • Becky Perry said:

    What a great idea – and we all have popsicle sticks!! :)

  • Suzy Myers said:

    Thanks so much for the feature!!! You totally made my day!

    suzy

  • Michelle L. said:

    I saw those, aren’t they wonderful?? Mine wouldn’t be nearly as pretty, her designs are gorgeous. But I want to make these for sure.

  • terriwerner said:

    Where are instructions on making popsicle stick bracelet!

  • heather said:

    @Terriwerner: we always link to the original project in brackets at the end of the 1st paragraph [like this].

    The project is here: http://www.suzyssitcom.com/2011/04/feature-friday-popsicle-bracelets.html

  • DonnaA said:

    For many jewelry lovers this is something unique. I plan on sending these for Christmas in mass production. See how many guess it’s a popsicle stick. Not many, I’ll bet!!

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