Happy Friday! For this Friday Flashback I wanted to make a friendship bracelet. I used to make bracelets with embroidery floss and hemp all the time when I was a pre-teen. When I bought my supplies for my owl elbow patches, I found a great deal on embroidery thread. Which was a big reason I wanted to make a friendship bracelet, all those colors were calling my name. I checked on the internet for a tutorial on how to make friendship bracelets, it's been ages! After checking this out, I was good to go.
Start by laying all your strings out in the order you want the colors to stack. The strings on the left will stay on the left, and the strings on the right will stay on the right.
It was a little rough in the beginning, but it's starting to look pretty cool. Always start with the outside string, and move to the middle, and keep the colors divided in half the whole time. Tie two knots on each string. When tying knots on the left always have the tail going to the left, and do the opposite for the right side.
In the middle tie one knot to the right, and then another knot to the left. Now you can move back to the most outside string on the left, and start your next color.
After I got going I realized I've used similar colors in tons of previous projects. These were more or less the colors I used in my wedding. As seen in the handmade paper spiral flowers I used as part of my center pieces.
This how I painted my bedroom at my parent's house back in 2003. I still love the way that room turned out, as you can tell by the above photo. I'll be sad on the day I have to paint it back to white.
Well, that's all I have for you today. Have a great weekend, and happy DIYing! I'll be back tomorrow with my Saturday Blogger Love post, chris.