DIY Thanksgiving Bracelet #OrientalTrading

Disclosure: I'm an Oriental Trading Ambassador and was provided with the supplies to make this post.

It's always fun being able to make family memories and what better way then by having a fun craft night. Oriental Trading provides so many fun options and one of them is their craft activities.

As we get ready for Thanksgiving it's always great to be reminded of all the things we need to be thankful for. It' also a great time to make some beautiful memories. I remember and treasure all my memories with my mom an family, especially those that involved family time with lots of laughter. 

As we scrolled through the Oriental Trading Thanksgiving section we stumbled upon the "Give Thanks" Charm bracelet craft kit.
How cute would this kit be to make with Valentina, so we could give out to family members during our Thanksgiving dinner.
The kit is recommend for ages 8 and up and Valentina is almost 4 years old, but as long as an adult is present like we would be, I think there should be no problem.

A total of 12 bracelets can be made with this kit and all the materials are individually wrapped for each bracelet that is to be made. Once unwrapped this is what is inside of each little package. stretchy string, beads and a little paper with instructions.

With the help of my mom Valentina was able to make the bracelets.

She loved being able to pull the little beads and charms through the string, and literally made all of them in about 15 minutes. 

Each little kit comes with extra beads just in case more are needed.
This was what Valentina's bracelets looked like at the end.

Valentina's and grandmas finished product. She is very excited to give out to her cousin and aunt and family members. It was great to be able to spend time with my little one and talk about all the things that we are grateful for as we made these fun bracelets.

Especially love that she said being grateful for her family was number one.

Make sure to check out Oriental Trading as you shop for some fun and cute stuff for this Thanksgiving.

Kary xoxo