Today’s tutorial is for a quick and cute gift idea, a grungeboard bracelet. I saw Alli Gower wear one during Ranger U and I knew I had to share this cool idea with you.

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My sample measures 1 1/2″ in width and was cut out of Swirl Grungeboard. It was painted with Pool Adirondack Paint Dabber, sanded and sponged with Walnut Stain distress ink. To soften it up, I added Pearl Adirondack Paint Dabber over it. The closure of this bracelet is a hinge fastener.

The flower was cut with Tim’s Tattered Floral Die. It was colored with Sunset Orange Paint Dabber, the edges darkened with Red Pepper Adirondack Paint. It was sewn on to the bracelet and topped with a Basic Grey Button.

Here is a video for the visual learner:

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Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

14 Responses to “Tutorial on SCS – Grungeboard Bracelet”

  1. This is a very cool project!!!!

  2. OMG – this is super cool – my girls would love one of these. Love your colors as well.

    Have a splendid day

    tina

  3. I LOVE this!! I’ll definitely have to try one of these!! Thanks for sharing, Beate!!!

  4. Oh! That is GORGEOUS!!! LOVE the colors!!!

  5. Wow, never would have thought to use grungeboard this way! Love the colors!

  6. Love your tutorials, Beate. These bracelets look like something fun I could do with my granddaughters. TFS!

  7. This is too stinkin cute Beate!!! You never cease to amaze me with your creativity…or maybe you do…??? That did not make sense…hard to believe that grunge board can make this look like a very expensive bracelet!

  8. Beate, you are such a great teacher and I appreciate the time you spend on these videos! This is such a great idea and I love your turquoise and orange combo, so fun!

  9. Okay, now how fabulous is this project?! Wow. Something so simple like grungeboard… who would have thought! lol! The bracelet is beautiful.

  10. This is so cool — what a great use for the Grungeboard!

  11. Hi, Thanks for sharing this project, I would like to try it myself. Can you please tell me the product number for the Basic Grey button you used ? Thank you so much.

    best regards,
    Mandy

  12. Such a fun project! I am very excited to try this… I hope mine come out as pretty as yours :)….I would love to try to make a few for my bridesmaids as fun gifts! :)

  13. What a neat bracelet! I LOVE it!

  14. Beate, Ranger U was a blast, and I am glad you had such fun making the bracelet, and filming it – great job.

    For you readers, Y’all head on over to Croppinsville.com – save 25% on Grungepaper and EVERYTHING ELSE when you spend $25 or more!

    Allie Gower

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