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Fourth of July Beaded Bracelet

By: EmiClarice from instructables.com
Fourth of July Beaded Bracelet
Fourth of July Beaded Bracelet
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Get ready for the Fourth of July with this super simple bracelet pattern. The Fourth of July Beaded Bracelet only requires three materials: Perler beads, embroidery floss, and scissors. Perler beads are typically used to make designs that you melt and set with an iron. With this craft, however, they will keep their shape and be used as regular beads.
Follow the easy tutorial to learn how to string your beads to get a red, white, and blue pattern for the summer holiday. This DIY bead jewelry project is so simple that your kids can make their own bracelets too!

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeMiscellaneous

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Bead Technique UsedStrung

Bead Project TypeBracelet

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Fun and cute project for kids and a great way to learn counting and eye hand coordination. In a pinch or as an alternative, you could use straws in patriotic colors that are cut to the size of these melting type Perler beads. This project reminds me of a very traditional design and is very nostalgic....the very thing for the 4th of July or any season! Thanks for sharing!

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