Pipsticks was kind enough to gift me a one month subscription to their service for the purpose of this post. Thank you!
I was recently recruited to join the #StickerRevolution by Pipsticks and couldn’t be more thrilled to partner with them for this DIY charm bracelet inspired by the 1980s!
What is Pipsticks?
Before I dive into the directions, I want to tell you a little about Pipsticks in case you’ve never heard of them.
Simply put, Pipsticks is a company that loves stickers! They cater to crafters, pen pals, and everyone in between who uses stickers. Their online shop offers a monthly subscription service (which I received!) and one time purchases like this Catlandia sticker pack that I might have accidentally fallen in love with.
Everything about them is so colorful and on point. I felt very special receiving the October Pro Club to check out! Let’s see what’s inside…
What do you get?
As you can see, there are no shortage of fun surprises in this Pro Club monthly subscription service. Aside from stickers (duh!), I also got a pre-stamped Magic 8 ball postcard, a mini mag of information, and the envelope which is basically a work of art in and of itself.
If anything strikes your fancy, you can use my discount code “HANNAH20” for 20% off your first month of ANY regular (non-gift) subscription. Click here to take advantage of that offer!
But if you’re just here for an inspirational craft, keep scrolling!
DIY Charm Bracelet Instructions
My bracelet was inspired by charm bracelets that were all the rage in the 1980s. Does anyone still an original? Finding one is on my thrifting wishlist!
While any of the stickers they sent would be perfect, these fashionable ladies stuck out to me and looked charming so they became my muse. This charm bracelet would be a great gift for someone else as we enter the holiday season or just a fun project for you to make for yourself!
Here’s how I made it:
What you need:
- Cute stickers (like from Pipsticks!)
- Clear plastic (recycled packaging is perfect)
- Jewelry chain
- Jewelry pliers
- Plastic hole punch
- Small round object like a gluestick
A big thank you to Pipsticks for making this post possible! Be sure to show them some love by following them online.
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