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    Little girls' bracelet measures?

    Ok, I'm making bracelets for all of my little girls this year. (Well they're not exactly mine, I'm the auntie.) Do you happen to have a 1 year old, 2,5 years old, 3 year old and a 7 year old girl? If someone could do me a favour and measure those little wrists. I'm desperate, I don't want those bracelets to be too big... I thought I'd make the bracelets and perhaps make some candies (if I find a good recipe for kids) and put them into these looovely notmartha's http://notmartha.org/tomake/tinypinata.html tinypinatathingies. I figured even if the gift itself is smallish, putting it in a fun package will make the kids get excited about it. I live to please my girls (+a boy) ^-^

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    I have a 3 1/2 year old and her wrist measures 4.5". The pinata things are a good idea for the kids.

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    My 6-year-old's wrist is 5". It's probably on the thin side. I'll measure the 2-year-old when she gets up from her nap!

    (What a sweet idea!)

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    my son is three, his wrist is just under five inches.
    my daughter is one and a half and hers is the same.....
    he's on the slim side and she's sturdy.
    are you making something adjustable?

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    Thank you ladies, now I've got some directions... I was thinking of making my own beads (from that dough you can buy from the craft shops in all colors and that goes hard when it's kept in low warmed oven for like an hour or so). An then just using them, sturdy string and some thrift store findings (horsey beads, glow in the dark -beads, maybe some barbie shoes! etc)... So it would be simple, not adjustable. Oh well, I can always do long necklaces it this is a problem... I thought bracelets would fit the tiny pinatas bettet. BUT the necklaces might be even better. Hmm. I have to ponder on this ^-^

    I'm thinking of making cool crafty (small cheap-o) gifts for kids. I have always been making "kids' gift" when I could introduce them to something really cool if I wasn't thinking like a regular adult "the kids won't understand". Stu-pid.

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    how about using that stretchy plastic filament?


 

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