August 16, 2013
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No matter what age you are, friendship bracelets will always be a symbol of girly summertime fun. We love to stack ‘em and play with bright color combos…and the latest trends from designers like Dezso and Frieda & Nellie have taken things up a fashionable notch by adding gems & shiny bling. This weekend, throw down a beach blanket, round up your besties, and string up some DIY wrist candy that you’ll want to wear year-round! 

To create: Thread the needle with embroidery floss; tying the end into a double knot. The embroidery floss should be approximately twice the length of your friendship bracelet. Starting at one end of the bracelet, thread the needle through then bring the floss around a link of the ball chain and back under it to secure. Repeat stitching around each link of the ball chain then finish it off with a double knot. Trim the ends with scissors. Repeat these steps on the opposing side of the bracelet. P.S.- get creative and use various types of chains.

    No matter what age you are, friendship bracelets will always be a symbol of girly summertime fun. We love to stack ‘em and play with bright color combos…and the latest trends from designers like Dezso and Frieda & Nellie have taken things up a fashionable notch by adding gems & shiny bling. This weekend, throw down a beach blanket, round up your besties, and string up some DIY wrist candy that you’ll want to wear year-round! 

    To create: Thread the needle with embroidery floss; tying the end into a double knot. The embroidery floss should be approximately twice the length of your friendship bracelet. Starting at one end of the bracelet, thread the needle through then bring the floss around a link of the ball chain and back under it to secure. Repeat stitching around each link of the ball chain then finish it off with a double knot. Trim the ends with scissors. Repeat these steps on the opposing side of the bracelet. P.S.- get creative and use various types of chains.
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