A Lady’s Set: Bracelet and Cards

A Lady’s Set: Bracelet and Cards

I have wanted to share these for forevvvvvvvvver! I finished them back before Christmas but couldn’t post them because the recipients (Tammy, Valerie & Ashley) read my blog. I work with 3 of the most wonderful ladies in our women’s organization at church. It is a pleasure to be able to serve with them. I wanted to surprise them this Christmas with a little something fun. The excitement was magnified by my friend Tammy who kept bringing up and asking me about “those pink and white cards you made on your blog”. LOL! It’s super fun to make something for someone when you know they’re gonna love it. 🙂


I simply can’t get enough of the elegant simplicity of these cards. The possibilities are endless!!! A little cardstock and some bits of leftover patterned paper and you’re good to go. (I know, I know… I just love them and I won’t post about them again for a long, long time.)

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I am mostly excited about the personalized, custom paper bead bracelets! I tried to choose colors that the recipients liked. They are super fun and ridiculously easy to make. (Tutorial coming.) I saw them online at PTI and liked them, but did not like the idea of using Mod Podge on a wearable item… sticky gooey mess if it got sweaty or wet. You can add glitter and sparkle to any paper of your choice. You don’t even have to worry about the pattern being “out of date” because all you’re looking for is the color… The pattern gets rolled up nice and neatly as it becomes a bead. I personalized each bracelet with a tiny metal charm engraved with the recipient’s first name initial.



15 thoughts on “A Lady’s Set: Bracelet and Cards

  1. Wowwwweeee, Erin! These are absolutely fabulous! I’m sure your recipients went over the moon when they saw what you had made just for them! Can’t wait for the tutorial.Guess what…after we got the bench…Jessica started crying that her ear hurt, so we hightailed it to the doctor. Ear infection! 🙁 It was a wild ride after we chatted, I’ll tell you! LOL I still got Amy to her meeting and only a few minutes late…

  2. Oh, what fun sweet gifts – TFS! I haven’t made those beads in ages, now you’ve got me wanting to make more right now! Thanks again for sharing your fun creations.

  3. Good stuff. I came to appreciate papercrafts when doing some research for a client. I even tried my hand at it and concluded that it isn’t nearly as easy as it looks! 🙂Have you ever tried out scrapblog.com?

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