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How To Make Fun Paint Poured Popsicle Stick Bracelets

Paint poured popsicle stick bracelets are super fun and easy for kids to make.

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Paint poured projects are everywhere you look, and it’s easy to see why.

It’s like finger painting for adults and be warned, it is slightly addictive!

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For today’s project, I will show you how to make fun paint poured popsicle stick bracelets that both adults and kids will love to wear!

 

Finished Paint Poured Popsicle Stick Bracelet By Our Crafty Mom

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Paint Poured Popsicle Stick Bracelets

Who remembers attending summer camp as a kid and using craft sticks to make cool projects?

I have a vivid memory of making a wand with a popsicle stick as the handle and running home to show my Mom.

It was the start of my love of crafting! Let’s get crafty and make some fun paint poured bracelets!

How To Make Fun Paint Poured Popsicle Stick Bracelets

Here is what you need to make these popsicle stick bracelets:

Supplies

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Keep your eye out at the dollar store as you may be able to find popsicle sticks there. Start by boiling a pot of water and drop in the sticks. 

It is best to boil more sticks than you need as some may crack and split.   Boil for 5 minutes, then let them soak in the hot water for at least 30 minutes.

Remove from the water and place on a kitchen towel to dry them off. 

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Mold Bracelet

This is where you need to be careful so you don’t break the popsicle sticks. Gently roll the stick to form the size of a bracelet and place it into a glass or mason jar to dry. 

I made these small for my little 3 yo niece, Lilo. Let them dry overnight and then you are ready to paint!

Molded Bracelets in Mason Jars Our Crafty Mom

Paint Pouring Cups Mixed by Our Crafty Mom

Paint Pouring

Gather the paint colors that you want to use. I went with bright colors like pinks, purples and blues, as those are colors all little girls like right?   

Follow the directions on the back of the paint pouring bottle. Basically pour equal amounts of the acrylic paint to the paint pouring medium and stir.

As I had plenty of craft sticks left I used those.

Paint Poured Process Our Crafty Mom

Now the fun begins! Simply pour the various paint colors onto the bracelet and roll the paint around to get full coverage.

It is so cool to see how the paint starts to blend and form really fun designs. Keep swirling the bracelet around so you have the entire front and back of the bracelet covered.

Let dry overnight.

Popsicle Stick Bracelets Our Crafty Mom

 

Inside Of Bracelet Paint Poured Our Crafty Mom

Add Top Coat

Once the paint is dry, brush on the top coat and let it dry at least an hour. Sit back and admire your beautiful popsicle stick bracelets!

I can’t wait to give these to my niece. I will share a picture of her when she puts them on.

There will definitely be more of these in my life. I want to make some for me, and my daughter has already put in her request! 

Paint Poured Bracelet Close Up Our Crafty Mom

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So what do you think? Will you be trying out these popsicle stick bracelets?

I would love to see a picture if you do. Share with me in the comments below. 

SAVE this post for later … PIN IT to Pinterest!

Popsicle Stick Bracelets Our Crafty Mom

 

Here is another easy craft idea-wood beads used to make napkin rings. Use pretty colors or keep them natural.

Wood bead napkin rings our Crafty Mom

Check them out here. Thank you so much for stopping by. Hope you have a great day!

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Tuesday 25th of September 2018

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Erlene

Sunday 26th of August 2018

What a fun update to a tried and true kid craft :-)

Bonnie

Sunday 26th of August 2018

These are so cute and CLEVER!

Christine

Thursday 23rd of August 2018

Really cool, pinned for later. I will definitely have a go!