I saw someone wearing a necklace with a pop tab on it, and i thought it was sort of cool. I made one, but then decided it looked too plain and colorless, so I tried weaving some together, and this is what I came up with. The time might vary depending on how fast you can string, but that's how long it takes me. Enjoy!
string the two strings through the pop tab, one through the bottom and one through the top (the smaller hole being the top). you should string this one from the bottom up through the hole. then, set it on a table or the ground and flip the tab upside down.
then, take another tab (right-side up) and string it on starting at the top and down through the holes. pull it down the string until half of it is resting on top of the first tab. string the yarn back through the first tab.
take a third tab, flip it upside down, and string it on from the bottom up. then, string the yarn back through the second tab, also from the bottom up.
it should look like this. keep repeating steps 2-3 until the bracelet comfortably fits around your wrist (but not too long because it does stretch a little).
when you are done, take the two strings on either end and tie them together in a knot to tie the bracelet off. to wear, simply tie together the end strings.
you can also criss-cross the yarn to make neat little x's in between the tabs, use shiny elastic string, and/or paint the tabs to make each bracelet different and personalized and fun!