Thursday, April 18, 2013

Natalie from NorthShore Days is at it again! Bracelet Tutorial



Hey Everyone,
It's Natalie from NorthShore Days again, I'm so happy to be here while Evey is away this week.


Today I want to share an oldie but a goodie. I made this painted bracelet way back in January and I think you'll all enjoy it too - it is still one of my favorite additions to my collection....

I picked up a packet of these wooden rounds at Spotlight whilst shopping for something else and figured I might be able to do something with them....

I also used waxed thread, black paint, scrapbook paper, a couple of beads,clasps and jump rings...

I painted the wooden round black and matched it up with the black thread..... 

How cute is this scrapbooking paper?? 
Its "Hana" from the Sakura Park Collection by KaiserCraft. 
I loved that I could cut out the little flowers and they would fit perfectly.

 I modged the flowers on and coated with Satin Varnish. 

This is how I put it together - but again the options are endless...

Seriously.... is it not adorable??? 


And so easy to make!
I hope you all enjoyed my post. Thanks  for having me,
Take care
xxx


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4 comments:

  1. So pretty Natalie! I love the little beads on the sides! The colors are great too! Nice project!

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  2. That is so cute Nat!! Love that you saw those wooden rounds and bought them knowing you could make something pretty. Love it!

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  3. I love this one, Natalie...such a sweet piece to add to the collection! Wonderful tutorial and guest post! Thanks so much for sharing. New follower of Sweet Song Bird!

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  4. That's so pretty, I love these, need to check out spotlight for the wooden rings

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