Twistz Bandz Bracelet Kit
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Gifted by Choon’s Design LLC
Reviewed by Melissa Conner
My very first introduction into crafting was making friendship bracelets with my friends. We’d sit in the courtyard of our little condo complex for hours, knotting and braiding embroidery thread until we were called in for dinner.
There’s something fun and nostalgic to friendship bracelets, and if you loved the embroidery thread anklets and bracelets of yore, you’re sure to love the Twistz Bandz Jewelry Kit.
The Twistz Bandz Jewelry Kit allows kids (and adults!) to create colorful and fun rubber band jewelry. You get 600+ non-latex rubber bands with this kit…enough to make about 24 bracelets! It also comes with step-by-step instructions on creating colorful bracelets and the tools to help you get the job done. If you’re feeling really creative, you can also make rings and hair ties, too!
The Twistz Bandz kit is a great gift for young teens. Girls will love making bracelets for themselves and each other…and with the recent rubber band bracelet craze that had everyone showing off and trading shaped rubber bands, this kit is just the thing little girls need to create jewelry that’s fun and unique!
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