Easy DIY- Washi Covered Wood Bracelet

Hey Beautiful Souls!

This weekend I did a super easy cute project!

While at Michael’s a few weeks ago I purchased a wood bangle bracelet, I knew it would be fun to customize! Yesterday as I was in the middle of a few other things I got the inspiration and decided to go with it. It took me probably about 15 min or so to complete ( not including drying time)

I have some super cute washi tape, I am sorta obsessed with it these days. I went from having a few to having a rapidly growing collection as it becomes more available!

I used 4 different kinds of tape on mine, you could of course use more, less or just even 1.

Supplies Needed:

-Wood bangle

-Washi tape

-Mod Podge or some type of sealant

I could have been a bit slower and more patient in doing my bracelet as some of the areas are not as smooth as they could be, but really overall I am super happy with it.

Step 1- Decide if you want to paint the bracelet, personally I did not, looking at it now I see where the would have made it a bit cuter but I am happy with it anyways  regardless! (If you do decide t paint it, let it dry all the way probably about 15 min or less)

Step 2: Decide on pattern if you have more than 1 type you are using. (I put the birds, lace, music notes in that order at least most of the time!) The big tape is actually not washi I think it’s called gaffer tape by 7 Gypsies but you get the idea, that was only in 2 places)

Step 3: Put the tape down, I personally made it long enough to cover (all be it imperfectly) the inside of the bracelet)

Step 4: Mod Podge or sealant I just did maybe 2 coats on it , I let it dry about 15 minutes and then it was pretty much good to go after that.

Step 5: Rock it!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Seriously, I probably didn’t even need that many steps in this DIY!

I would love to see a pic of it if you do make one!

Here is to living Inspired, Creative and Empowered

Heather

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2 responses to “Easy DIY- Washi Covered Wood Bracelet

  1. Great fun to wear and even more fun to create! I like it! I like it!

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