Cardboard Tube Princess Bracelet

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Introduction: Cardboard Tube Princess Bracelet

About: I'm a freelance crafter, recipe developer, mother of 4, and lover of nature. I prefer to use recycled items whenever I can in my projects and I love working in the crafting and culinary realms!

In honor of the new movie Mirror Mirror and all little princesses out there, these adorable little bracelets are fit for itty bitty royalty. :) Little girls love anything having to do with dress up and being a princess, so this is a great project for them to make. 

The supplies you will need for this project are:

Cardboard tube
Scissors
Pink felt
White craft glue
Craft jewels

Step 1: Cut

Cut cardboard tube into 1.5″ wide rings (for each bracelet). Cut each ring open so that the bracelet can be easily slipped onto child’s wrist.

Step 2: Cut Felt

Cut a strip of felt 1.5″ wide long enough to cover the tube.

Step 3: Gauge Size

To gauge the size needed, cover the inside and outside of the tube, trim where needed.

Step 4: Glue

Use white craft glue to attach the felt to the cardboard tube.

Step 5: Add Jewels

Using a generous amount of white craft glue, cover the outside of the bracelet with craft jewels. Let it dry completely.

Step 6: Done - But a Different Version Is Available...

If you would like to make a bracelet that’s more mature, maybe you have a daughter who has outgrown the princess stuff…

Step 7: Pick Paint

Put different colors of paint into a paint palette. Dip paintbrush into one color, the dot the brush into one or two more colors to mix.

Step 8: Dip and Apply

Don’t stir the colors, just dip, then apply to the cardboard.

Step 9: All Done, Now Another Version

Here's the other version.

Step 10: Thank You!

Hope you enjoyed this project! Here are some more ideas you might like:

Safety Pin Bracelet - from Crafts by Amanda
Craft Foam Tiara – from me on Kaboose.com
Medieval – Royalty Related Crafts – from Family Crafts at About.com
Princess Mirror – from me on Kaboose.com
Macrame Friendship Bracelets – from Chica and Jo

There are plenty more kid's crafts available on my craft blog, Crafts by Amanda. Hope you will stop by!

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    6 Discussions

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    Amanda Formaro
    Amanda Formaro

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 10

    Hi Susan. It's actually quite easy! Just need to let the glue dry, so the hardest part is the patience factor :)

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    susanchen2011
    susanchen2011

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 10

    Thank you for your advice. I have made it successful.