What a genius way to embrace the bare tree limbs that, unfortunately, have a few more weeks before they begin to become green and leaf-filled once again in New York. This project is extremely easy and the finished product is absolutely beautiful.
You will need:
- Fresh twigs (if they are too dry, the bangle won’t last)
- Gold or silver metallic spray paint
- Glue gun
Simply, cut the twigs to make circles that fit just slightly bigger than your hand. Bend the cut twigs into a rounded bangle shape, and double at the very end. Then wrap up the doubled end with thread to secure the bangle’s shape. Put just a dot of glue to secure the thread there.
Spray paint the bangles, making sure to coat them entirely. Spray a few coats if you want the color to be more bold, otherwise one coat will give the bangle a more subtle, natural look. Let both the paint and the glue dry completely and enjoy!
Gloria is a senior business administration student at SUNY Oswego. She is involved in a number of organizations on her campus including the American Marketing Association and Phi Beta Lambda. To Gloria, fashion is an outlet of expression for individuals to share their own unique selves with the world.
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