Monday, April 22, 2013


Hi My Dear Blogging Friends,
hope your week is starting off nicely.
Mine's been a wee bit busy- maybe you could tell by the late timing of this post:)
Anyway, I'd like to show you one of my favorite bracelets.
It's made from Bingo game pieces.
Do you like it?

You can make one, too.
All you need is:
 Bingo pieces- I used some from Tim Holtz's line
a circle bracelet -got mine at Hobby Lobby
E-6000 glue

Choose the numbers you want and glue them to the circles using E-6000 glue.
Allow 24 hours to dry.

Then you're good to go!
Can you think of any other game pieces that could be used on a bracelet?
     I've been trying to talk my hubby into taking me to a Bingo game on our upcoming date night. He thinks we'd be imposing on the regular players. I told him that they wouldn't advertise in the paper if they didn't want new players. Silly guy.
     If you like this project using Tim Holtz embellishments, you may want to go here and here to see how I've used some of his other items to make jewelry.
     Thanks for stopping by and God bless.
He who trusts in himself is a fool,
but he who walks in wisdom is kept safe.
Proverbs 28:26

This post is linked to Glitter, Glue, and Paint, Today's Creative Blog, My Dedicated HouseSkip to My Lou, Craft-O-Maniac, Making the World Cuter, and Between Naps on the Porch.


Fairhope Supply Co. said...

I've got to get me one of those circle bracelets! Such great ideas!


Micupoftea~ said...

Fun! Bet mom and grandma would get a kick out of these bracelets too :)

Daphne Bryson said...

Good Morning Laura, What a fun bracelet. Do you know, Bingo is still really popular here in the North East of England....especially with the men!
I love the rippled scarf you made with a tee-shirt. I shall have to pop over to the other site you recommended and see how this is done.
Thank you for visiting me at Ivy, Phyllis and Me!
I have become a new follower and I look forward to getting to know you.
Best Wishes

Poppy said...

Hi Laura,

So nice to meet you! Your Bingo bracelet is brilliant!! What a creative idea! I used to love playing Bingo in public school in Canada; fond, fun childhood memories. Thanks so much for sharing!

Poppy :)

PS: Good luck with your kitchen!