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Quirky Tie Dye Bracelet

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Updated March 11, 2016
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Everyone has more than a few tie dye T-shirts taking up room in their closets. Use old shirts to create your own Quirky Tie Dye bracelets. This DIY jewelry idea is incredibly fun and unbelievably easy. In mere moments, you will have a cute new bracelet to wear with a summer outfit. With this tutorial, you can create an ombre pattern or something completely new.

Get your creative juices flowing with this Quirky Tie Dye Bracelet. if you love the look of tie dye, but do not want to commit to being a bright beacon of color while wearing a tie dye t-shirt, this bracelet is the perfect solution. Just a hint of color can go a long way. This recycled craft ideas allows you to wear a pop of color wherever you go.

Materials List

  • Old tie dye shirt
  • Wire
  • Scissors

How to Make a Bracelet: Tie Dye

Instructions

Cut 7 strips of an old tie dye shirt.

Stretch each piece of fabric.

Bring together.

Take your wire and start wrapping around one end of a piece of shirt.

Tie 2-3 knots to secure it in place.

Repeat steps 4-5 to the other side of the bracelet.

Cut excess T-shirt if you wish and enjoy!

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I love how quick and simple making this bracelet is. I'm wondering how well this stays together and also does the wire end up poking or scratching? I know my daughter would love this but would get annoyed very quickly if it started to scratch or poke her. Maybe makeing the strips a little longer and tying them together might be cute also if the wire becomes a problem?

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