Here are a few different ways I utilized the supplies Prima Bead sent me this month.
I really loved these little sewing charms and wanted to incorporate them into my sewing room. I use this painted tin can as a mini garbage can. It sits on my sewing table and when I'm sewing I can stick thread or small bits of fabric in it as I'm working. Basically I just grabbed some twine, strung the charms on and tied it in place around the can. Super simple and adds some charm ;)
You may remember these Kumihimo Bracelets I shared a few months back. Well, I had made one for my mom for her birthday. It just so happens that her birthday is in October so when I received these charms I knew I needed to add them to her bracelet before I gave it to her.
I made some bracelets. When I make bracelets, I like to lay out the beads to come up with a pattern. I really like random bracelets, but my mind does not work that way. For an in-depth tutorial see my How to Make a Bracelet post.
Here are two of the bracelets I made.
You can find these two bracelets in my etsy shop - Bits of Sparkle and Lace.
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