DIY #Wearables for Back to School #BackToSchool

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Get inspired to DIY with these five wearables projects you can make for back to school time:


LED Friendship Bracelet: Light up those warm nights at the beach or summer camp with this simple soft circuit bracelet.
We were inspired by Etsy’s nautical knot bracelet tutorial and when we read the word “rhinestones” we immediately substituted LEDs. Read on to stitch up your own illuminated friendship bracelet!

And more!

Buzzing Mindfulness Bracelet with GEMMA

USB Locket

Custom Hat Graphics with 3D Printing

Laugh Track Jacket


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