Step 1: Supplies Needed
A 2” wide piece of flat batting to go around the Pringles can tube.
Fabric glue or hot glue.
An iron and ironing board.
I use Scotch-Gard fabric protectant spray when the bracelet is complete.
Step 2: Mark Out Your Pringle Bangles.
As in the picture, begin the measurements from below the silver ring at the top along the can. Make similar marks around the circumference of the can.
If you desire, you can make the bangle wider than an inch. Making it less than an inch would make wrapping the batting and fabric difficult.
Step 3: Cut Out the Bangles.
Insert scissors into that hole and cut around the can following the inch marks.
Step 4: Prepare Fabric.
Step 5: Attach the Batting Layer.
Fold the batting around the can tube.
Step 6: Start the Fabric Covering.
Start one end of the fabric strip. Make sure you have ironed both edges in and wrap around the can/tube.
Begin with the end on the inside of the can/tube and attach with glue. Then neatly wrap the fabric around the tube.
Step 7: Wrap the Fabric Strip.
Step 8: Finish It Up.
You now have a lightweight bangle that you can even use fabric to match your outfit. They’re also great for kids because they are not a hard plastic which can end up hurting them if they fall on them.
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