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Superhero and Princess Bracelets

Superhero and Princess Bracelets
Superhero and princess bracelets are a great craft for a rainy afternoon or the perfect party favor or activity. So many possibilities!
Does your child love superheroes or princesses (or both) as much as mine do? From pretend play and character sets to coloring pages and stuffed animals, we are doing it ALL! I like this activity because both of my kids could do it at the same time and create something that was important to them even though their interests are different. 
princess bracelets
Crafting in the Rain made beautiful Princess Bracelets that inspired us to make our own (shown above). Each of the color combinations on the girls bracelets represents a different princess.
We laced the beads onto different types of ribbon, yarn, and string. Add these bracelets to your princess outfits.
superhero bracelets
We couldn’t stop there. We also made Superhero Bracelets. Each color combination represents a different superhero. We laced the beads onto different ribbon, string, and yarn. These would be cool to make at a superhero birthday party and go great with superhero costumes. The star beads on the Captain America bracelet are my favorite. 
superhero and princess bracelets
Look at this mess! Beads were everywhere, but it was such a fun day of crafting. Plus, we strengthened fine motor skills while we were having fun. 
The kids loved making these DIY superhero and princess bracelets and wearing them too!


Wednesday 6th of February 2019

The kids at my childcare program love this! But the bottom superhero pattern isn't labeled in your picture and they're dying to know who it represents???


Thursday 7th of February 2019

That's a GREAT question! I didn't even notice that it wasn't labeled. Let me ask my son and see if he remembers.

Allison Hauck

Tuesday 16th of October 2018

How do you tie the ribbon as a bracelet? I was Going to have kids at my soon to be 5 year olds birthday party but wanted the bracelets so they can easily remove and put back on themselves


Wednesday 17th of October 2018

I would use pipe cleaners to thread the beads on. They are easy to get the beads on and easy to twist to close the bracelet and then take back off as well. If you are concerned about the beads coming off on the ends you can loop the pipe cleaner back around and through the bead (or don't worry about it at all). I hope that helps.

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Tuesday 21st of April 2015

Could I know where you bought those beads?


Wednesday 22nd of April 2015

Any craft store like Michaels or Hobby Lobby or JoAnn Fabrics will have them.