How to Make Friendship Bracelets Quick and Easy

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When I was in grade school all of us girls were pretty crafty and would go around making bracelets (and singing like The Little Mermaid, of course). These weren’t the nice, fancy type bracelets that this post is about. It was those type of bracelets made out of a stretchy material that was shaped like a rubber band. Each band was a different color. You wrapped, criss crossed them between your fingers of both hands and ended up with a bracelet somehow. We used to think it was super neat and fun to do.

The My Friendship Bracelet Maker Traveler puts my old bracelets to shame. These bracelets turn out looking like something you would buy at a store or a nice craft fair. Girls will be wanting to make one of every color since they are the perfect accessory to any outfit! And to do so they only need to go to Kohl’s to be able to make their BFF a super, awesome  friendship bracelet – the perfect gift!


Once they have purchased the My Friendship Bracelet Maker Traveler at Kohl’s and have picked a pattern – They can design to their hearts content (and even on the go). The My Friendship Bracelet Maker Traveler contains the traveler with drawer (drawer provides storage for pre-cut threads), clip, & 20 threads. It is recommended for those 8 years old and up.

SO much FUN! Did you make bracelets as a child? Do you know what the type of bracelet I used to make was called?

Want to learn more about friendship bracelets? Check out the Myfbm blog for more information!

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Krystle Cook – the creator of Home Jobs by MOM – put her psychology degree on a shelf and dived into a pile of diapers and dishes instead. She is a wife and mother to two rambunctious boys, sweating it out in her Texas hometown. She loves cooking, DIY home projects, and family fun activities.


  1. I used to make these all the time. These definitely bring a smile to my face. 🙂

  2. So cute! I loved friendship bracelets back in the day…I can’t imagine the possibilities with this!

  3. I used to make them as a child. I would like to start making them again, it’s fun

  4. eric rivera says:

    thats very cool i would have loved this as a kid i need one of these to do with the girls i babysit they would love it

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