Have you started creating your Christmas gifts yet, or are you looking for an easy gift idea? Well, here’s one for the ladies in your life. This easy bracelet DIY comes together quickly and we are providing a handy gift holder printable as well so you don’t have to buy a gift bag or even wrap it. You can literally create this project in less than 30 minutes – perfect if you need extra gifts to give on hand or whatnot.
- Mix and Mingle Beads and Bracelet Accessories
- White Cardstock
- Easy Bracelet DIY Printable – download here for personal use only
- Heidi Swapp Minc Machine or Regular Laminator
- Heidi Swapp Minc Foil
- Hole Punch
- Clear Tape
Step 1. Print the printable and cut around. The card printable provided is 4.5″ square and comes in four colors – black, red, blue and green so you have options on what to use, and if you want to embellish it further or keep it simple as is. If you are doing the next step, make sure to print the black holder on a laser printer.
Step 2. Use your Minc machine or a laminator to add foil onto your card! This definitely gives it a fun and more festive feel. Choose fun, Christmas colors, cut a size slightly bigger than your holder and run it through the machine sandwiched in a carrier. Once done, peel the foil off and bask in the pretty shiny color!
Step 3. Now assemble your easy bracelet. The Mix and Mingle line from Darice comes together so fast and they have a ton of options for beads and charms! They’re the perfect gift for a special lady in your life. And it comes together so easy – just unscrew the end without the clasp, add your beads and screw it back on. It literally takes minutes!
What do you still need to make for Christmas? Check out this cookie mix in a jar gift idea!
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Aki is an avid DIY-er, crafter and designer. She loves trying out new craft materials, processes, and learning about new ideas. She has a passion for designing printed material as well, from free cards, wallpapers and party items. Follow her crafty adventures over at mintedstrawberry.blogspot.ca where she shares DIY tutorials and free printables.