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Children and teens will love making their own friendship bracelets with this cool pack! A traditional symbol of love and friendship, these beautiful and brightly coloured cotton bracelets are just as fun to make as they are to give. Keep kids out of mischief during the school holidays as they create friendship bracelets for their friends and family.
This gift set contains 12 vibrantly coloured yarns and an easy to follow pattern book ensuring that making your own friendship bracelets is simple. You'll also find some cute coloured safety pins in the tin to keep the bracelet in shape while you work on it. Once they're done, these funky friendship bracelets should traditionally be tied to a wrist or ankle and worn until they fall apart.
Brilliant braiding fun, this fantastic Friendship Bracelet Set is an ideal stocking filler or birthday gift for a creative child or adult. Although they can look incredibly complicated, this kit makes it easy to create your own friendship bracelets. You'll be so pleased with the results that you'll be tempted to keep them all for yourself!
Got these for my granddaughters and they and the mums were very pleased give mum an daughter time together as girls are both 7 yrs old.
LYN CORNWELL | 13/08/16
Great gift for my 9 year old granddaughter, keeping her entertained and quiet for hours! lots of fun doing it together. Will be ordering more as party presents.
Vivienne | 21/06/16
My niece loves this gift. She already has a lot of craft things so this was a great little extra for Christmas. Will definitely keep this in mind for future girl presents.
Nichola Connor | 24/01/16
Product arrived as described - given as a Christmas gift so cannot add any more details. From the picture lots of colours to make colourful friendship bracelets.
Angela Johnson | 01/12/15
Haven't opened this yet but I bought it for a friend who was very happy with it, makes a nice change after the loom band craze to do something that'll last a bit longer
Amy Bowley | 26/12/14
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