Funky Stretch Bracelets & a Winner!

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Hi friends! I’m gonna tell you right now, if you want a craft fair best seller, make these:


I say this because within an hour of this video going on you tube I sold both of these bracelets to excited viewers. I did not even say they were for sale LOL and I don’t have an online shop. That is how fun these are! I used the vintage label shapes from Punch Place Plus that I demonstrated in the Crafting on Clear video last week. The stretch bracelets fits any size and since I used stretch cord, glass beads and acrylic shapes it is safe for folks allergic to metal jewelry (if allergy is an issue you can omit the decorative metal filigree that I used on the green one.) Watch how easy this is to make!


Beadnova stretch cord
Glass Beads
Vintage Label acrylic shape from Punch Place Plus

Tip to add: If the tail of the cord pulls out of the beads you were hiding it in you can trim it short and place a drop of glue or nail polish on the knot to keep it secure. Duh, the bracelet stretches and of course it would pull out. Lindsay makes a rookie mistake LOL!

Last week I asked you what you would buy and make if you won a $20 gift voucher from Punch Place Plus and you had so many cool ideas from 18″ doll accessories to jewelry and some of you spotted some great double stick tape, they sure have more than acrylic shapes! I tossed all of the entries in a hat and picked… Betty L Swan Congrats! Please keep an eye on your email, Punch Place Plus will be contacting you! I want to thank Punch Place Plus for sponsoring this giveaway and thank you for watching and I do hope you try this fun bracelet and of course you have my permission to make and sell these (more money for craft supplies right?!?) Happy Crafting!


12 Responses

  1. Oh wow you actually sold them that soon?? How much did you sell them for?? If you do sell them in a craft fair, how much would be your asking price?? What color do you think that the average favorite color(s) for most people??


    • I sold them for $18. I think when you have an unusual design you can charge a bit more than a simple strung bracelet, plus, a customer cant go about and find the focal piece at any craft store (it’s our secret when we ge them LOL!)


  2. All the bracelets you made are are beautiful!!!
    You are so very creative.
    I never saw the needle you used before and thought it was


  3. Trouble is if I would make something that nice I couldn’t bare to sell them.


  4. Wow thanks so much. I didn’t even think my email qualified. now I’ll have to make a decision.
    I love your videos even when I don’t know much about the products. your enthusiasm is so great. Betty


  5. Thank you for sharing! What great bracelets, quick and easy, and great for Xmas gifts too! Great video too.


  6. Congratulations to Betty!!


  7. Wow! You just make everything look so easy. Love them! I would totally buy one too.


  8. Hey Lindsay, I use the same beading needles, along with several other types, mine always end up in a crescent shape….lol But I’ve had mine for at least 5 years. Thank you for another awesome tutorial.


  9. Congratulations to the winner
    Nice bracelets..


  10. Great tutorial. The earth color one reminds me of a beautiful sea shell.


  11. Thank you for sharing your talents. God bless you and your family


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