Homemade Popsicle Bracelets

Here’s instructions for a homemade wooden bracelet that we’re putting in our Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes.  Are you crafty? Popsicle crafts like this are easy and cheap to do. Please feel free to make a bunch of these and donate them.  If you live in Chicagoland/Northwest Indiana I can take them off your hands.

Wooden Bracelets by Melanie Heramb.

Need:

  1. Popsicle sticks (tongue depressor size)
  2. Nail file or sander
  3. Small glass jars
  4. Paint
  5. Scrapbooking paper
  6. Mod Podge


Soak popsicle sticks overnight in water
Place in glass and let dry an additional day
Sand edges
Paint
Add paper and mod podge
Ta da! A bracelet made from a popsicle stick.

For other great Operation Christmas Child homemade ideas check out these links or visit my Operation Christmas Child Pinterest Board.

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Comments

  1. Genius! What a cool idea!

  2. I found this through Pinterest. I will definitely try it! They are so cute!

  3. Just ordered some craft sticks to give it a go!

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