The idea for this bracelet is not mine. I admit , it was more an imitation. And I will explain you why.
Talking with a friend the other day he told me that if he would come to see what I have around the house, he would surely throw alooooot of things.
I am convinced that this is so, but for me they all have a utility at one point.
And as we stood there talking, I was playing with a soda can and I was thinking what could I make from it to demonstrate him that not everything should be discarded. I did not come up with any idea in my head so I decided to look for one on the internet. I found a few pictures, but nothing to my liking.
Then I came across a picture that just fascinated me: a pop tab bracelet. It was not what I was looking for, but I began to ” unravel ” the picture and try to figure out how it was made.
Not having multiple pop tabs, later I discussed the project with my husband and what do you know? He had a few pop tabs laying around the house( god knows why … ) .
And earlier today I got to work.
It didn’t take me very long and I promise that when I will master the technique I will make a tutorial to teach you.
For it I used 20 pop tabs, but this depends on your wrist, and almost a meter of ribbon.
I’m already working on pop tab bracelet No. 2.
Cannot wait to post pictures of the upcoming ones.