I have always loved baseball. It is by far one of my favorite sports. With 3 boys, I have spent a ton of time at the ball parks and I always have on my fan fair. Here is one of my favorite items to wear…a baseball bracelet supporting my favorite team. They are super easy to make and you can color coordinate them for any team.
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Supplies To Make An Easy Baseball Bracelet:
- One baseball (used or new)
- Exacto knife
- Embroidery thread (This is the one I used)
- Embroidery needle or craft needle with large thread opening
- Epiphany circle cutter
- Epoxy circles
- Bottle Caps
- Felt for backing
- Acetone (See pic below)*
- Baling wire or Toggle clasp or both
- Rhinestones, crowns, initials, bottlecaps or whatever you want to decorate your bracelet
Here is a picture of the Acetone. It will strip all of the words you don’t want on the balls. (For example, a sporting goods store name or “made in china”). It will also quickly clean up a really dirty ball. I poured a little in a plastic container, dipped a rag in it and wiped it right off.
Here are the items I picked up to make my baseball bracelets. All of these supplies were purchased at Michael’s Craft Store.
Here are some of my finished baseball bracelets:
Here is one we made using the Epiphany circle cutter, the epoxy circles, a royals logo, royal blue gems and clear rhinestones.
We made this one using the Epiphany circle cutter, the epoxy circle, a royals logo and clear rhinestones
This one is a stunner! We used rhinestone strips, the Epiphany circle cutter, the epoxy circles, a bottle cap and a Royals logo
This one is so simple but I love it! We used a locket I found in the jewelry section of Michael’s Craft Store and turned it on it’s side. I hung a baseball glove locket on the necklace shank and inserted a paper Royal’s logo where a picture would go. The locket is attached with hot glue. NOTE: I used an old baseball for this one and I love the vintage look!!!
Want to make your baseball bracelet even more budget and kid-friendly???
String it in Royal blue and give them a sharpie and let them show their spirit their own way!
Here is a video tutorial to show you exactly how to make a baseball bracelet!
Please share with me how you celebrate your favorite team!
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