pcycling your wristbands into fun art projects that you can display around the house! Our amazing summer intern Stephanie – who also happens to be one-half of the YouTube duo Primrose – came up with three DIY ideas for old festival wristbands, including an ornament, memory keychaicucustom watch braceletstom watch braceletn, and photo frame. She kept the steps easy to follow and the materials easy to find, so you’ll have your own projects finished in no time. Just in case you missed it, here are the basic steps for each project: Ornament Materials: Wristbands, Clear Ornament, Ribbon, Decorative Stickers Steps: 1. Stuff wristbands into ornament and close off with metal cap 2. Decorate the outside of the ornament with stickers 3. Tie a ribbon through the top for hanging Memory Keychain Materials: Wristband, Car Key Put wristband through metal key ring as if you’re attaching another key or key chain Photo Frame Materials: Picture Frame (with glass removed), Washi Tape, Hot Glue, Clothes Pins, Wristbands, Polaroids Steps: 1. Line frame with washi tape 2. Flip frame over and attach wristbands with glue or tape 3. Use clothes pins to attach polaroids to wristbands warfarin-silicone-braceletsilicone-medical-alert-bracelet-diabetes Glow in dark silicone wristband is popular for night event. We add luminous powder into the wristband so it glows. A glow in dark silicone wristband can glow green or blue after absorbing strong light energy. We need to take it under the sunshine or lamp light for about half hour. Then it glows strongly in the dark. The glow will fade gradually in about 3h. It is the best one for night event. Such music show, night walk and so on. If you want the glow stronger, the wristband color need to be weaker. Because it is easier to absorb and release glowing. We have 7 colors for it now. 293c for blue, 802c for green, 803c for yellow, 804cfor orange, 179c for red, 196c for pink and 2655c for purple. The logo can be debossed, embossed or printed on the glowing wristbands.