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Handmade Jewelry: Nature Walk Bracelet

Kids Good Things 2006, Volume 2006 Special Issue 2006

Put your personal touch on all kinds of accessories, and they'll really stand out. It takes only a few steps and some ordinary materials such as fabric, paper, paint, string, and glue to create a bunch of charming one-of-a-kind trinkets.

Nature Walk Bracelet
Make a fashionable wrist cuff with treasures picked up on walks through the woods or on the beach.

Comments (10)

  • DeniseMarie13 4 Mar, 2015

    Where's the "how to's" for this bracelet?

  • MSLO Moderator 5 Mar, 2015

    Here's the link to the how-to (and a larger photo!):

  • lovemybilly 14 May, 2009

    great for a girl scout craft even a boy scout one for mom

  • hunter972 11 May, 2009

    This is a nice idea, but children should learn about leaving no trace at an early age. So, don't take from public spaces without permission. Best to do this on your own property.

  • RIRed 11 May, 2009

    I think this would be a fine activity for a little girl's birthday party or scout activity. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

  • winterbeach 11 May, 2009

    trinkets, thats the right word for these

  • Cheryllion 11 May, 2009

    It sounds ugly/tacky -- I'd love to see more photos because the idea is intriguing.

  • hofhine68 4 Jan, 2009

    You can find the butterfly clips here: bobby pin

  • funlovinmom 14 Mar, 2008

    Nature walk braclet is a cool idea. We made them on a family picnic, even the boys thought they were cool.

  • cynthiabmcghee 14 Mar, 2008

    I donot know what the thinking is behind the article/display of the acitivities. There are no pictures. Too bad.