Tulip Dimensional Fabric Paint has been one of my favorites since I was a child. I have so many memories of making my very own personalized t-shirts! I love that I can share these fun memories and craft projects with my own daughter. Did you know that you can make bracelets with Tulip Dimensional Fabric Paint? They are so easy and fun for all ages. I made 4 different bracelets with the Tulip Glow-in-the-Dark Fabric Paint. My daughter Lily even got in on the fun and was amazed by how bright they glowed.
- Tulip Glow-in-the-Dark Dimensional Fabric Paint
- Floss or String
- Parchment or Wax Paper
- Popsicle Sticks and Drinking Glass/Jar
Directions for Making Bracelets with Floss/String:
- Cover the surface with parchment paper.
- Cut three pieces of floss/string the same length. Make sure it is long enough to tie around your wrist or your child's wrist.
- Lay the three strings on the parchment paper. Tape each end so they lay closely together so they stay in place.
- Create a design with the paint, making sure it covers the floss. Stop painting a few inches from each end. Have fun coming up patterns like zigzags, stripes or dots.
- Let the bracelets dry for at least 4 hours.
Directions for Making Popsicle Stick Bracelets
*Tip: Make 2x as many popsicle sticks as you plan to use. They break easily in the bending process.
- Boil popsicle sticks for 30 minutes. Turn off the heat and let the popsicle sticks soak in the water for 20 minutes.
- Use a tong to remove the popsicle sticks from the water. They should be cool enough to handle.
- Carefully bend them inside the rim of a glass or jar.
- Let them completely dry. Dry time varies but I have found that it takes 1-2 hours.
- Pull the dry popsicle sticks out of the glass and have fun decorating them with the Dimensional Fabric Paint.
Get ready for some fun wearing these bright and glowing bracelets! My daughter Lily loved how brightly they glowed in the dark!
You can also make these bracelets with non-glow-in-the-dark dimensional fabric paint.
Shop the Glow-in-the-Dark Dimensional Fabric Paint at TulipColor.com along with all their fun paints and tie-dye!
This post is sponsored by Tulip and Duncan Enterprises but all thoughts and opinions are my own