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DIY Handmade Bag Charms

Handmade Bag Charms
Hi friends ,the current craze in my daughter's school is bag charms ! Being DIY enthusiasts we tried making our own handmade bag charms with  craft supplies we had at home!
Handmade Bag Charms
These are just the type of craft to do with hoarded beads and any cute embellishments in your stash!
Handmade Bag Charms
We used jewelry making supplies[long eye pins and jump rings] and resin embellishments to make the bag charms.
Bag Charm Making Supplies
We used a local brand of adhesive called Fevibond [easy for older children to handle]to stick the resin princesses to the  background frame...you can use any strong jewelry grade adhesives like E6000 also if you are making these on your own without involving children.
Handmade Bag Charms
My daughter has a minimalist style and exclusively designed the 2 charms shown below. She die cut 2 sparkling circles from silver holographic paper and stuck them onto acrylic discs before gluing on the resin princesses .
DIY Princess Bag Charm
The beautiful  blue rose chain on which the  cute blue princess dangles is a broken bracelet!Hehe yes I am glad I hung onto this broken bit of jewelry!
Easy DIY Handmade Bag Charms
These bag charms are going on my daughter's school bag and purse but I just couldn't resist using one on my own handbag too!!
What do you say friends...how do you like them...?
Linking to 
1.Simon Says Kids Only Summer Challenge Anything Goes with Sparkle . Used sparkling silver holographic paper

47 comments:

  1. So good to see you back after long, Sonia. Missed seeing your posts on blogland as well as other social media. These are such perfect accessories for little girls !! And you have photographed them really well. Hope all's well at your end.

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    1. All well Jasleen...still struggling with time management so you wont see elaborate projects for some time but yes starting to blog again!

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  2. Hey Sonia
    Its so good to hear from you....Its been really long since I saw your new post. I hope everything is good at your end.....and wat a way to come back..such cute danglers..a must have for girls...I feel at any age its a precious thing.
    Hugs
    Mukta

    VREnchanted Color, Craft and more...

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    1. Thank you so much for dropping in with such kind words Mukta...everything is much much better now Mukta but I am still struggling with time management but yes I am trying to come back to blogging with small projects!

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  3. These are pretty with the jewel embellishments. Backpack clipons were popular when my daughter was younger in elementary school.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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    1. Hehe they seem to be the rage now Melissa!!

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  4. Welcome back dear Sonia, we missed you !! these danglers are so cute and I love Prisha's style !!

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    1. Thank you so much Suman...feels good to connect with my blogger pals again!!

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  5. These are gorgeous and I am impressed with the range of charms made !!
    So good to have you back , Sonia. Missed seeing your posts !!
    cheers

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  6. Beautiful bag charms, Sonia. I love them all! I also like the idea of creating a bag charm from a broken bracelet! Kisses, my friend.

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  7. Hi Doc, gosh these are absolutely beautiful.
    Clever lady.
    Hope this finds you well.x

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  8. These home made bag charmes are realy lovely. Great idea to give the broken rose bracelet a second life this way.

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  9. What fun and beautiful charms, great recycling.
    Faith
    x

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  10. Gorgeous bag charms...love the one with the broken bracelet most!
    Have a great weekend!
    xxx Margreet

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  11. Cute charms ! will make good return gifts too :)

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  12. These charms are really impressive!

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  13. The bag charms are just darling!!Fun idea!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    Crafting with Creative M

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  14. Fabulous charms Sonia, they are so pretty - a super idea.
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  15. You two did a perfect job with these!! They are so beautiful, my friend!! I love the designs of each one!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  16. So glad to see you both back in action! Missed you both!! These are fabulous! I love how you've used that broken bracelet. Super idea.

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  17. What a brilliant idea! Love them. xx

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  18. These are really cute. What a fun little project. I bet all the girls at school will want one too.

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  19. What a fun project! Your daughter must have loved it!

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  20. These are so pretty and such fun Sonia.

    Have a good weekend.

    B x

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  21. Wow, these are fabulous Sonia, looks like you and your Daughter had so much fun making these.

    Sue xx

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  22. These are just adorable. Great idea to make your own x

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  23. Ohhhhhhhh these are JUST ADORABLE! I love love love them!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  24. Super sweet! What fun you must have had with your daughter!

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  25. Fabulous!! Love them!!!! I'm an old kid LOL :D

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  26. Hiya Sonia - these bag charms are fabulous - some kids are going to be very lucky xx

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  27. Oh, I think your cute little handbag charms are simply delightful Sonia..I loved the last one with the sweet blue roses [broken bracelet..]

    Luv CHRISSYxx

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  28. Wonderful creations!!!

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  29. Gorgeous charms Prisha! all of them are so pretty! you could set yourself up with a little business making and selling these!! they are AWESOME!!! :-)

    thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Kids Vacation Challenge
    Luv
    Lols x x x

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  30. These are so cute !

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  31. Goodness! These are darling, Sonia, and such sweetness for little girls! Thanks for sharing how you made them. hugs, de

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  32. those are so nice!

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  33. All of your charms are so pretty, Prisha! Thanks for sharing your talent with us on the Simon Says Stamp Kids Vacation Challenge.

    Cathie ♥

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  34. Another fun super easy idea to make. These are all pretty. Hugs Mrs A.

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  35. Fantastic charms Sonia. Great idea to recycle the broken bracelet..Loz

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  36. Super cute and love your charms Sonia!

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  37. What fabulous handbag charms and such a great idea. Love the two your daughter made and it's easy to see she's inherited your talents xx

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  38. These are really wonderful charms! Happy to see your blog after a long time.

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  39. Wow! What a great idea to make handmade hanging charms, they are so pretty & cute.

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  40. These are so cute Sonia and what a lovely idea. Barbxx

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  41. So cute charms...

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