The loom band bracelet craze has hit both girls and boys so we at the London Jewellery School thought we’d give you a series of posts about crafting with kids. In this post – our top 5 bracelets to make with children.
It’s nearly time for the school holidays which may mean you will need some things to do with your children/grandchildren/nieces/nephews/friends etc. This could be a great time to share your love of jewellery making with the. And the loom band trend means that they could already be receptive of the idea. Heis our top 5 bracelets to make with kids (or just for yourself!).
It should go without saying but make sure you supervise children with their making and choose a project that suits their age.
Do share any jewellery making you do with us on our facebook page or by linking to image via the comments section here – we’d love to see what you come up with!
And don’t forget – although we don’t teach kids at the London Jewellery School , grown ups can learn with us and pass on their new skills.
Anna Campbell is an experienced teacher and enjoys different types of jewellery making including beading and metal clay. She runs her own business, Light Boat Jewellery and has made jewellery for celebrities.