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Kids Party Ideas: Make Sparkling Slap Bracelets with Friends

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You probably remember slap bracelets, but your kids might not!  Introduce them to this classic accessory by having a sparkle and shine craft night.

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Your Party Supplies: 

  • Some slap bracelets (available from party supply stores)
  • Sparkles or glitter (or whatever other decoration you can think of!)
  • A good strong craft glue
  • q-tips for glue application

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I was excited to see these slap bracelets available (for cheap) at a party supply store we order from.  Their plain design is like a blank canvas!

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This activity will really be about putting out a bunch of components, and letting your jewelry designer go to town!  Make sure you’re using fabric covered slap bracelets, so the glue really bonds to it.  You could also incorporate glitter, jewels, marker, foam stickers, etc.   Find a good spot for them to dry, and then proudly display your work!

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Because the bracelets come in a large pack, this is a great craft for a party or craft night!  Stay tuned for more kids party ideas!  We love getting together with friends for these group crafts!

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I am a certified K-12 Art Educator who lives, works, and blogs from Philadelphia, PA. I have a background in the studio arts (printmaking, photography, fiber arts and design), and am interested in making, collaborating, collecting, and recording things. One of my main goals as a grown-up is to help kids increase their visual literacy, by exposing them to art history, introducing vocabulary, and teaching kinesthetic art making skills. These lessons in visual literacy often take place in an intentional classroom setting, but just as well might happen at home, working on a project!
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