Polly Pocket Bracelet

Polly pocket bracelet craftI have a preschooler who loves her Polly Pocket dolls and accessories and an infant who wants to put the tiny brightly colored bits into her mouth!   We tried keeping the tiny shoes, combs and purses contained and tidy – but were not successful.   Solution: Make a Polly Pocket Bracelet!   This was a perfect early threading activity for my new-to-needle-and-thread gal.
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We have used Polly Pocket dolls in Learning Activities.   Check out our sight-word game.

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Polly Pocket accessory bracelet

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Do you have a bunch of Polly Pocket accessories waiting to be re-purposed?   These bracelets are so cute.   My older girls get to enjoy their dolls shoes and accessories and I don’t need to worry about the safety of my crawling explorer.

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13 Comments

  1. brilliant and just adorable! thanks so very much for sharing on Craft Schooling Sunday, wonderful to meet you and it looks like you’ve earned yourself a spot on the features on what I believe is your first time at the party! Hope to see you again soon.

  2. This just happens to be one of the BEST ideas I have seen! Thanks! My daughter and I will have a blast doing this on vacation next week! You rock.

  3. I have a ton of accessories that are singletons- this is a great idea to put them to use! Thanks for sharing!

    Valerie-www.occasionallycrafty.blogspot.com
    Stop on by!

  4. This is adorable! When I was a kid the coolest thing were these columns of water full of floating Barbie shoes (at FAO Schwartz). How I would’ve loved a bracelet of my Barbie shoes…and a necklace…
    Love your project!

  5. Sheer brilliance!!! My two older daughters are not allowed to get their Polly Pocket “little things” out while the baby is awake, so this will be a perfect use for them. Thanks!

  6. Are you drilling holes in the pieces that do not have holes for stringing?? Thanks for clarifying.

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