August 15, 2017
It just occurred to me that way before these fidget spinners were all the rage, I had already invented a miniature (and wearable) version of one. (I’m not NOT taking credit here…)
I made this craft for the SKY chapter of my second book, Project Kid: Crafts that Go as a propeller ring, but when I was scrolling through pics just recently, I realized that yes, indeed, I “invented” the fidget spinner in jewelry form. Back pat, back pat.
To make your own, you’ll need the template and just a few basic items. Here’s the how-to…
• Markers or colored pencils
• 1⁄4-inch hole punch
• 24-gauge wire
• Wire cutters
• Needle-nose pliers
• 1 small bead
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Excerpted from Project Kid: Crafts that Go! by Amanda Kingloff (Artisan Books). Copyright © 2016. Photographs by Alexandra Grablewski.
August 15, 2017| Everyday Crafts, Jewelry and Fashion, STEM, Vehicles