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Rainbow Pipe Cleaner Bracelets

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! While I didn’t have anything planned, I decided to do a quick craft so Jayden would have something cool to wear to school today. He loves wearing pipe cleaners as bracelets and Juicy is into accessorizin’ as well so I whipped up some rainbow bracelets for the lil’ dudes Monday morning. I put together a short video tutorial to go along with. My glue gun decided to crap out on me during filming so the gluing segments weren’t filmed. I hope you enjoy this craft as well as the featured projects that I’ve shared below! Thanks, Amanda, for the bracelet inspiration!

Materials

Fuzzy pipe cleaners (purple, blue, green, yellow, orange, red)
Small white pom poms (5-6)
Gold pom poms (1-2)
White felt or card stock (cut into a half dollar sized circle)
Hot glue gun

Instructions

Arrange the pipe cleaners in the order of the rainbow (purple, blue, green, yellow, orange, red or the other way around). Gather them together side-by-side in your hand. Wrap one end of a pipe cleaner around the entire bunch of pipe cleaners to hold them together. Repeat on the other end of the bracelet.

Twist the remaining loose ends together and mold the pipe cleaners into a bracelet. Be sure to curl/bend ends so they don’t poke little arms!

Assemble the cloud by gluing the white pom poms to the felt circle. Glue the gold pom pom in the center of the cloud. Glue the cloud to the front of the bracelet and enjoy your bracelet!

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More St. Patrick’s Day Inspiration!

  1. Sophistishe – Gratitude Pot o’ Gold
  2. Clumps of Mascara – Green Nail Polish For St. Patrick’s Day
  3. De Su Mama – Irish Soda Bread
  4. Chic Shopper Chick – Celtic Knot Headband
  5. Mommy’s Kitchen – Chocolate Mint Poke Cake
  6. Mom Advice – Shamrock Pretzel Pops
  7. Flamingo Toes – Lucky Shamrocks Wreath
  8. Rockin’ Mama – Guinness Beef Stew

MORE KIDS PROJECTS!

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 (EVEN MORE KIDS PROJECTS!)

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Hey, I'm Sheena! I married my jr. high sweetheart and together, we raise three tiny humans in NW Indiana. I'm an introverted free-spirit and serial dreamer obsessed with all things tropical and carefree. I love inspiring others to live wholly and find beauty in the mundane. I don't always get it right, but I'll keep trying anyway. :) Email: [email protected]

26 COMMENTS
  • Stacey
    3 years ago

    What a cute craft! I can see the kids really having fun making these – Perfect for a rainbow themed party!

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  • Yona Williams
    3 years ago

    What a colorful project for the kiddies! This craft really does remind me of a rainbow with a pot of gold.

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  • Koninika
    3 years ago

    My kids love play dough and everything to do with play dough. It really teaches them different skills while having fun!

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  • Jennifer Corter
    3 years ago

    Oh wow, I love those pipe cleaner bracelets! Those are incredible!

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  • laura londergan
    3 years ago

    what a fun craft idea! this would be perfect at a rainbow party or even for a school craft – the kids would love this!

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  • Amber
    3 years ago

    Oh how beautiful and so fun to make! I love using pipe cleaners for craft projects.

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  • Diedre
    3 years ago

    So simple, but cute! My daughters would love this! I was given some pipecleaner and had no idea what to do with it because I”m not crafty. thanks for sharing!

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  • Heather
    3 years ago

    Oh I love this! I have a ton of pipe cleaners but never know what to do with them. I am putting this on our spring break craft list.

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  • Skye
    3 years ago

    I love anything rainbow!! And pipe cleaners are such an easy toddler craft medium – I’ll have to give these a try with Jett!

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  • Ashlie Langston
    3 years ago

    This is so fun! I’ll have to pin these to make with my sons next year for St Patty’s Day!

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  • Toni
    3 years ago

    Sheena I’m adding this to my list of craft activities for kids during our family reunion. The bracelets are adorable!

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  • Ana
    3 years ago

    This is the cutest pipe cleaner bracelet I have ever seen how adorable! I love all the colours .

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  • KRYSTLE COOK
    3 years ago

    So cute!! A great craft idea for schools, moms, and daycares. Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day too.

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  • Five Marigolds
    3 years ago

    This is so cute!

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  • tp keane
    3 years ago

    Oh my gosh, these look so cute and perfect for little people who would only destroy expensive stuff.

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  • Roxanne
    3 years ago

    You have such amazing and fun ideas! My kids are little crafty people and would love to make any of your projects. Especially those dino planters! ;)

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  • jill conyers
    3 years ago

    I loved doing fun projects like this with my kids when they were little. My daughter is 17 and still very crafty. My son? Not so much. haha

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  • karissa
    3 years ago

    These are so fun. What good craft ideas.

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  • Michele
    3 years ago

    I pinned this to make for next year at St patricks day! I especially love the pipe cleaner bracelet!

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  • Laci
    3 years ago

    Omg yes these are so cute and perfect for me and the kids for craft day !!

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  • Rachel
    3 years ago

    I was obsessed with pipe cleaners as a child. They are amazing! This is a great idea.

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  • Debra
    3 years ago

    These are so gorgeous! My girls would love to make these so much! We will have to makethem this summer!

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  • Blythe A.
    3 years ago

    This reminds me so much of when I was a kid. I used to love doing crafts with pipe cleaners. Can’t wait to share this fun activity with my nieces.

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  • Kait
    3 years ago

    How fun! I don’t have children, but this reminds me of a craft I made once at a summer camp I attended.

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  • robin masshole mommy
    3 years ago

    Those are too cute! My kids would love those. I will have to tuck this idea away for next year :)

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  • We’ll have to put this on our craft list for summer. Love crafts are easy, simple and versatile.

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