Wearable Art Spring Trend 2012: Substantial jewelry pieces are HOT! Join in the trend by making this beautiful bracelet for spring and summer.
Last week, I opened my email from Michael’s Arts and Crafts store’s loyalty program. It’s a weekly email that announces sales of the week, along with showcasing some of the projects on their website.
I was pleasantly surprised that my floral bracelet that I made for Velcro® was the project featured in that email advertisement.
The bracelet is very special because you can surround your entire wrist in flowers since the clasp has been replaced with a hook and loop fabric fastener from Velcro®.
This romantic bracelet is perfect for proms and weddings. Made with fabric flowers, the bracelet will last a long time since it is not made with live flowers. Since it is simple to make when following the free instructions on Michael’s, you can save a lot of money. Floral bracelets from florists can be expensive. You can make a beautiful bracelet with Velcro®, ribbon, and beautiful fabric roses.
Imagine this bracelet in white for a christening or communion. Use pink and yellow flowers for a child’s Easter bracelet. What is great about this bracelet is that you can coordinate the bracelet to your special dress.
BRACELET FREE INSTRUCTIONS (this will open in a new tab)
Designer Crafts Connections Blog Hop
Celebrate all the spring holidays by making sure to visit all the blogs in our Designer Crafts Connections Blog Hop (DCCBH) this Monday. Some of the hottest craft designers in the industry come together on the first Monday of every month. You will find our DCCBH logo in the side column of all our blogs.
In addition to finding some of the most creative projects on the Internet, some of our designers are having giveaways. However, you need to hop around our blogs to find out who is doing a giveaway.
This is your personal invitation to join me on Facebook. Connect one-on-one to hear about my latest blog posts or giveaways from my friends in the craft world. Click here to join me on Facebook and click here to join me on Twitter!
Tomorrow: Fun and simple paper necklace for St. Pat’s Day