Ring Bracelet

What You Need:

  •  Cord, ribbon, leather or length of plastic
  • Scissors
  • Collection of old rings

 What You Do:

  1. Your child may have costume jewelry rings, novelty rings, or hand-me-down rings from grandparents that are never worn, but that she’d still like to keep. If she doesn’t have enough to make a full bracelet, your child can also collect old rings from mom, aunts, grandmothers, sisters or friends. If she doesn’t collect enough rings to go around her wrist on a bracelet, buy some inexpensive rings at a dollar or discount store, or at a party store where they can be bought in bulk.  
  2. First, help your child cut a length of cord, ribbon, leather or plastic that will go around her wrist and still have some room leftover for tying it together when the bracelet is finished.
  3. The rings she uses for this project should be rings that are complete circles, without openings in their backs. Rings with openings may fall off the bracelet.
  4. Now comes the fun part: Your child can string the rings onto the bracelet holder in any order she chooses, perhaps creating a pattern of matching or alternating colors, alternating sizes of rings, or just putting them on in a random order.
  5. Help her tie the ends of the bracelet together around her wrist, close enough so that the bracelet stays on her wrist, but loose enough to take the bracelet on and off without untying it every time.
  6. She now has a beautiful bracelet of shiny rings! This project could be fun to do at a sleepover party, or to make as a gift for a friend, sister, mom, aunt, grandmother, or teacher.  Enjoy your ring bling!

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