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DIY Friendship Bracelet

February is the month of love. It is the time to sending love expression. People send chocolate, flowers, jewellery, or card as a gift to someone that meaningful to their life.
As a crafter, I choose to gift my handmade to express my love. I also teach my son to do so. In my point of view, people will appreciate handmade.

diy friendship bracelet

Friendship bracelet is the right handmade to celebrate Valentine’s Day with friends. It is the symbol of the love that can’t easily be separated. And you can make from any kind of materials, such as leather, string, fabrics, threads, or else.
On this post I make tutorial from faux leather, I am animal lover, I’m not going to make handmade from leather. I also add a flower to decorate the bracelet.
friendship bracelet diy 1This is the back part of faux leather, it have different pattern than leather
friendship bracelet diy 2The buttons and the tools to attach button
friendship bracelet diy 3The tool I use to press faux leather to make flower decoration
friendship bracelet diy 4The rivet and the tool to attach the rivet.
I use rivet to attach faux leather flower to the bracelet
First step is measure your friend’s wrist, add 2 cm to attach the buttons. Make pattern at the faux leather, measure the width about 1 cm. Cut the faux leather with cutter or scissor. Cut 2 lines as you can see on the video tutorial. And start to braid as the tutorial at this video:

You can attach a greeting tag to make your Valentine’s Day gift.
NOTE: this craft is not suitable to make by kids under 12 years old.
diy friendship bracelet 2
Here are another love posts for your Valentine's Day ideas:
Love Coupons from KiddyCharts
Valentine Fine Motor Sensory Bin from Adventures Of Adam
Love Bug Craft from Play & Learn Everyday
Love Tot Pack from Kori at Home
Books About Love from Learning by Design
Doodle Heart Painting from Flash Bugs Studio (pictured bottom right and bottom right on square image)
Painted Heart Garland for Preschoolers from Craft Create Calm
Fingerprint Heart Art from Teach Beside Me
DIY Friendship Love Bracelet from Living Ideas (pictured bottom left and bottom left on square image)
6 Simple Date Ideas from Great Googa Moogas
Fingerprint Heart Keepsake from Messing Little Monsters
Book Review - 5 Love Languages from MissJaimeOT
Newspaper Heart Garland from Kitchen Counter Chronicles (pictured top)
Sign Language Love Artwork from Pray Species
Geeky Valentine's day Chocolates from Two Married Geeks
Sweet Hearts to Sew from Coloured Buttons
If you are looking for Valentines ideas, then we have some wonderful ideas for you here, from cards to biscuits, and everything else in between!
Valentines invitation to Play from My Bored Toddler
Valentine's day Tracing Worksheets from Living Life and Learning (pictured middle left and middle left on square image)
Using mindmaps and thinking routine to explore the concept of love from Smart Tinker
Foil Heart Painting from Crafts on Sea (pictured middle right and middle right on square image)
Free Valentine's Day Printable Pack for Preschoolers from Best Toys 4 Toddlers
Valentine's Day Game from Books and Giggles
Conversation Heart Goop from Raising Little Superheroes
Easy Carved Love Stamps for Kids from The Usual Mayhem
14 Days of Love Notes from There's Just One Mommy
Kite Valentines Card from KiddyCharts
Valentines Biscuits - Heart Shaped Frozen Yoghurt Sandwiches from KiddyCharts
7 Healthy Ways to Show Your Family LOVE This Valentine’s Day from Shrinking Momster
Sandy Hearts Sensory Play from Simple Fun for Kids
50+ Awesome Valentines Day Printables for Kids from KiddyCharts 
KiddyCharts Valentines Day Love Blog Hop
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0 #3 Jessica 2016-02-14 19:03
Thank you for this! These are the style of bracelets that I love!
0 #2 Maria Magdalena 2016-02-08 01:53
Quoting Helen Neale:
This is a lovely idea - such skill to create it as well. Thanks so much for taking part in the Love Blog Hop.

You are welcome Helen, thank you for reading my article.
+1 #1 Helen Neale 2016-02-04 14:36
This is a lovely idea - such skill to create it as well. Thanks so much for taking part in the Love Blog Hop.

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