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Button Bracelets

By: Blumenthal Lansing Co.

Decorate your wrist with some button bracelets. With confetti buttons you can add some color and flavor to your arm. You'll be everyone's envy.



(Note: For the purple and blue bracelet, we used Confetti #3215 and Favorite Findings Jewel #423 and for the green and pink bracelet we used Confetti #3205 and Favorite Findings Fun #433. Choose any color combination you like to create your own.)


  1. Measure and cut 1, 14" length of clear elastic cord.
  2. Take the Confetti button and thread the cord up through one hole from the bottom, over top and down through the second hole. Leave 3"-4" of cord on both sides of button for a knot.
  3. Begin stringing the smaller buttons by threading the cord down through one hole of a button then up through the second hole, and continuing through one hole of the second button. Thread over the second button, down through second hole and through the first hole of the third button. The cording will continue this way with each set of buttons being joined with the cord through one hole. A stack of 2 buttons can be used for the top row if desired.
  4. Continue stringing the buttons, making sure they are tight, until you reach the length you desire (6"-7" long on average). Knot the ends of the cord and secure with a drop of super glue.

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I love the button bracelet picture of the finished product. I am so excited about making one for my grand daughter but I do not understand how the buttons are being threaded to each other. I would have loved it also if you would have added photos of this being done. Does anyone else not understand?

Needs photos!


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