This project is perfect for a weekend afternoon. I love mini versions of anything, so this is definitely one of my favorites. It also uses a slightly unexpected item; small crocheted doilies found in the scrapbook/embellishment section. Once it's finished, you can either hang it up, or attach it to a long strand of chain to create a necklace. Other ideas are hanging it on your car's rear view mirror or using it as a keychain. Keep reading to see how I made it!
** I found these small crocheted embellishments in the scrapbook section of Michael's. There's 6 in a pack, all slightly different sizes. I also used a wire bracelet blank. This is meant to have charms or beads strung on to it, in order to make a customized bracelet. The ends hook together as a closure. You can also even just use a skinny bangle, which are much easier to find! There might already even be one in your jewelry stash.
1) Choose a crocheted embellishment that works best for your bracelet. The best choice would be one that needs to be stretched (in order to create that dream catcher look) without breaking or ripping. Once you decide on crocheted piece, thread the needle and insert it through one end of the embellishment. Tightly tie the thread multiple times onto the bracelet.