Homemade Slap Bracelets

Kids of any age will delight in decorating their very own slap bracelets with this simple, mess-free craft! At your local craft supply store you’ll find inexpensive foam slap bracelets that you can let the kids decorate with stickers, foam letters, markers, feathers, glitter or whatever they imagine! It’s easy enough for toddlers and preschoolers to decorate their own with stickers yet cool enough for older children to express their artistic side with. Makes a great party activity when you need a craft that can take up as little or as much time as you need, depending on how elaborate the decorations are. The slap bracelets can be a take-home party favor once complete. They simply slap them onto their wrists and viola! Kids will have twice the fun playing with slap bracelets that they’ve created themselves.

What you’ll need:
Foam slap bracelets
Markers
Stickers
Glue
Anything you’d like to decorate with

Directions:
Let the kids decorate their slap bracelet however they want. They can write or glue on their name, or stars, or stickers depicting their favorite sport or hobby. The possibilities are endless! Just make sure you test which side faces up by slapping it on your wrist first.

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