DIY Fabric Covered Bangles

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Here is another super easy Dollar Store Craft- DIY Fabric Covered Bangles! I made each bracelet for about $1 each! I found the plastic bangles at my local Dollar Tree for $1 each. You will need 2-3 strips of scrap fabric and ModPodge. (I have seen small bottles at The Dollar Tree.)

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What You Need:

Plastic or Wood Bangle

Scrap Fabric

Scissors

Mod Podge

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Directions:

1. Cut fabric into strips (2-3 per bracelet)

2. Apply Mod Podge to the inside of the bangle and apply the end of one strip of fabric.

3. Apply Mod Podge around the bangle and tightly wrap the fabric strip around the bangle (Fabric will overlap).

4. When you come to the end of one strip of fabric, apply a small amount of Mod Podge and start with the next strip. Continue until the bangle is completely wrapped. When finished apply a thin coat of Mod Podge and press the end down. Allow to dry. Rock your new bangle.

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This post is for entertainment purposes only. Remember, this DIY project should be done by an adult. Use caution when handling hot materials. Keep out of reach of small children and animals. If you chose to make this craft you do so at your own risk.

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Comments

  1. says

    I love these and so would my granddaughters. I have not seen those bangles at my Dollar Tree so I am going to have to go back and check it out. Thanks so much for sharing at Share It One More Time. Cathy

  2. says

    What a cute idea! That’s awesome!
    I love finding crafts like this that are cute and super-cheap! 🙂

    Kristin // thepeculiartreasureblog.com

  3. says

    This is such a fun idea! Thanks for linking up to The Creative Exchange. We will be featuring your project this week.
    xo,
    Laura

  4. says

    I love this! I work with teens at a public library, and this could be a fun summer craft. Thanks for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty 🙂

  5. says

    I’m dropping by from the I Gotta Create Wildly Original link party. This is such a cute and clever idea! I want to make a whole flock of these! They look way easy to make.

    I’m trying to grow my own link party and I invite you to share this (and 2-3 other links) at my Grandmother Ideas Sharing Time link party. I think my readers would absolutely love your ideas. You can find it at http://grandmaideas.com.

    All the best,
    Nina

    • says

      Hi Nina,

      Thank you and thank you for the invite. Unfortunately, I did not make it before the linky closed. I am running behind this week…which will probably be my life until school starts back. I wish you the best on growing your party. Have a great weekend! -Jessica

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