Crafty Bands – Jewelry Making Kit

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I am very excited to tell you about another item on my Holiday Gift Guide. Today I am showing you all about Crafty Bands. They are fun charm bracelets where you can make your own charms about anything you want.

I love the idea that you can pick any picture you want for a charm. I also like that you can buy extra bubble caps and make as many charms as you want. It would be so cute to make a themed bracelet for the different holidays.


Let me tell you how they work.

I am giving a Crafty Bands kit to my almost 8 year old niece and I am so excited for her to get it. She is really athletic so I think she’ll probably make a soccer charm. She is also very musical too. I can’t wait to see what she picks for her bubble caps.
I thought about making a few to get her started, but my niece has very discerning tastes and she knows what she likes. I thought it best not to interfere with her creative process. šŸ˜‰

When I got the package out to take pictures my 4, almost 5 year old went nuts. She really wants one too. I think this would be great for girls from about 5 and up. You can get more info at the Crafty Bands website. You can order Crafty Bands from Amazon here: Crafty Bands

Don’t forget to check out the gift guide and all of the great ideas there.

Disclaimer: I received a Crafty Bands kit in exchange for my honest opinion. All thoughts and insights are 100% mine. This post may contain affiliate links.

Ashley

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  1. says

    Those look so fun Ashley! I think I need them for my clippies. I have been looking for a way to make my own school-themed buttons. I better not let Emmalee see this. She will definitely want them too….and actually my 14 yr old Madison!

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