DIY Jewelry Projects for Girls
Looking for DIY jewelry projects? If you need some DIY projects that your girls will love, this list will help you out. Make DIY jewelry from upcycled materials that still looks amazing!
Many may be wondering how to make jewelry. It’s really not that hard. If you just want something girls can spend time on making and sharing with their friends, you don’t really have to spend a lot.
I thought it would be a good idea to have them make some DIY jewelry. It was an instant hit! They had a great time that night and even have some souvenirs when they went home. So if you’re looking for some budget-friendly craft projects any girl will love, continue reading on!
Pop can Tabs Bracelet
This doesn’t have a tutorial but it seems pretty straight forward. Just take some pop can tabs and some ribbon and slide it inside the holes making a chain. Make it in any color you want.
Rainbow Pompom Necklace
Know how to make pompoms? It’s super easy and you can make it in different colors like this rainbow pompom. The pom poms can be made any size by wrapping the yarn around anything you’d like. Of course, the easiest tool is your hand.
DIY Summer Bracelet
Summer is coming,we can make DIY summer bracelet to make us more beautiful. As a gift to your friends, summer jewelry is a good choice..It’s so wonderful what great things you can do with some glue. Just check out this easy to make.
Lego Friendship Bracelet
Ever bonded over lego? Kids may need to ask a grownup to drill the holes but otherwise, this is super easy to make.The perfect craft for your lego-obsessed kiddo! Actually mine loves making bracelets too so this really was the perfect craft.
I have to admit, even I fancy some cute and stylish buttons. Here’s your chance to turn it into a cool DIY ring. Just grab some buttons and elastic cord.You’ll need buttons with two or four holes and elastic cord. I’ve bought the buttons in a thrift store and I found the cord in a local craft store.
DIY Hama Perler Beads
Kids will love this colorful DIY jewelry project. Have fun stringing them to make DIY necklaces and bracelets.Place a handful of beads on a baking tray with baking parchment on top. The beads must all stand on their ends and with enough space in-between to melt down.