DIY Puffy Paint Bracelets

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Add some color to your life by trying out these puffy paint bracelets! It's super easy to make plus the materials are easy to find! You might even have them at home already.

Here's how to make them!

Materials You Need:

Multiple colors of puffy paint, string, ziplock (you can put paper inside for stability), toothpick and scissors

Option 1: Straight Lines

Step 1:
Draw a line and make it as straight as possible using a light-colored puffy paint. Make sure to place the line relatively in the middle so that you'll have space on both sides for the string and extra paint.

Step 2: 
Place the string on the line.


Step 3:
Choose 2 or more colors then just draw vertical lines continuously in alternating colors. 



Step 4: 
Once you're done, clean any smears or imperfections in your work using a toothpick.


Step 5: 
Drag your toothpick on both sides from top to bottom.


Step 6: 
You're done! All you have to do is to let it dry for 24-48 hours untouched, and you can start wearing it.



Option 2: Circles 

Do Steps 1&2 

Step 3:
Pick out at least three colors and bear in mind that one of them will be used for the interlocking hearts and not the circles. After this start drawing the circles.

Step 4: 
Clean any imperfections with the bracelet. Don't worry about there being a lot of mistakes because you can always fix them since the paint takes quite a long time to dry. 




Step 5:
Use the last color of puffy paint and draw smaller dots on top of every circle.

Step 6: 
Drag your toothpick down the middle of the bracelet, through the lines that the dots make. If there are any more imperfections just keep on fixing them with the toothpick, but don't forget to make sure that you take away any remaining paint on the toothpick so that you don't make a mess. 


Step 7: 
You're done! Don't forget to let it dry for 24-48 hours before using it.


Here's the final look!!

If you try these out, don't forget to tag us on twitter (@GeekyChiquitas)! We hope you enjoyed this tutorial and have fun making your own. :)

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