Make This Magically Easy Lucky Charms Bracelet for the Perfect St. Patrick’s Day Accessory
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Make This Magically Easy Lucky Charms Bracelet for the Perfect St. Patrick’s Day Accessory

Friends, I have a very important question to ask y’all: Can you name all eight types of marshmallows in Lucky Charms cereal? If you were a child of the ’90s, you probably remember the jingle in the commercials, and maybe you can even recite the lyrics. Even though this cereal is great all year round, it’s especially perfect for St. Patrick’s Day. The best St. Patty’s days are filled with rainbow donuts, cute green apparel, and, of course, Lucky Charms. This year, you can wear your love for the cereal all day with this DIY Lucky Charms bracelet.

By the way, if you don’t remember all of the Lucky Charms, here they are (sing along with me!): Hearts, stars, and horseshoes, clovers and blue moons! Pots of gold and rainbows! And me red balloons! They’re magically delicious!

Materials and Tools:

Instructions:

1. For shapes that are only one color (like horseshoes and moons), roll out Sculpey and cut out shapes with an X-ACTO knife.

2. To make your rainbow charms, use your fingers to roll tubes of the yellow, pink, and blue Sculpey. Press the tubes together and bend to form a rainbow. Trim.

3. For the multi-color charms (like the clovers and pots of gold), roll out Sculpey and cut out shapes with an X-ACTO knife. Press the different colored shapes together to create your charm.

4. If you’re using earring hooks like me, straighten the wire with pliers. Poke the wire all the way through each Sculpey charm.

5. Bake at 275 degrees for 25 minutes. Once cooled, trim the excess wire. You can also cut the wire before baking, but since our pre-baked charms were a little fragile, we decided to wait until they were fully baked.

6. Hook charms on your bracelet and you’re good to go!

For shapes that are only one color (like horseshoes and moons), roll out Sculpey and cut out shapes with an X-ACTO knife.

To make your rainbow charms, use your fingers to roll tubes of the yellow, pink, and blue Sculpey. Press the tubes together and bend to form a rainbow. Trim.

For the multi-color charms (like the clovers and pots of gold), roll out Sculpey and cut out shapes with an X-ACTO knife. Press the different colored shapes together to create your charm.

If you’re using earring hooks like me, straighten the wire with pliers. Poke the wire all the way through each Sculpey charm.

Bake at 275 degrees for 25 minutes. Once cooled, trim the excess wire. You can also cut the wire before baking, but since our pre-baked charms were a little fragile, we decided to wait until they were fully baked.

Hook charms on your bracelet and you’re good to go!

All this talk of Lucky Charms charm bracelets are getting me hungry for the real thing!

Charmed to meet you!

So magically delicious!

In case you didn’t know, the Lucky Charms leprechaun is named Lucky.

You are free of bad luck with this bracelet!

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DIY Production and Styling: Irene Lee

Photography: Chris Andre

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