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Upcycled Scarf DIY Bracelet

By: Stephanie from helloglow.com
Upcycled Scarf DIY Bracelet
Upcycled Scarf DIY Bracelet
This image courtesy of helloglow.co

Grab some old scarves that could use some new life and make these charming bracelet patterns in less than ten minutes. The Upcycled Scarf DIY Bracelet is an easy summer craft idea that adds texture to your wardrobe while allowing you to stay comfy. These soft, fabric bracelet patterns take about five minutes to make each and could be created out of just about any fabric scarf. From shiny silks to more casual t-shirt fabrics, this comfy and casual DIY craft is sure to become a wardrobe essential.

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeMiscellaneous

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Bead Project TypeBracelet

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Truthfully, any old material will do. Jersey tee shirts, old skirts anything but heavy fabrics. Oooh, this may be GREAT for use with my Gramma's vintage hankies that I inherited from her. They are floral prints, gingham checks, and some are plain white or ivory with lace trim. I would love to be able to upcycle them and wear them with pride.

This might be my favorite idea yet for upcycling old t-shirts. Bold accessories like this are great for summer!

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