Stretchy Valentine Heart Bracelet

By Noreen Doll.

Little girls will love wearing a stretchy Valentine heart bracelet.


It is easily made with foam heart stickers and hair elastics. And they are very cheap to make.

It could be a fun project to make with your little girl, or one she can make them with her friends. (With a little help from you.)

You can make stretchy Valentine heart bracelets in different colors to match different outfits.


Hair Elastics

Foam Heart Stickers

Jump Rings

How To Make Stretchy Valentine Heart Bracelets.

1. Choose a hair elastic for the bracelet.

Hair Elastics from Dollar Tree


2. Remove the backings from two heart stickers and stick them back to back.

If you use 2 different colors, your bracelet can have 2 different looks.

Foam Heart Stickers from Target Dollar Spot

3. Using an ice pick or other pointed tool, poke a hole through the center top of the heart.



4. Add a jump ring to the hole and close it.


5. Put another jump ring through the first jump ring and around the hair elastic.


6. To add a second heart, repeat steps 1 through 5, adding an extra jump ring to make the heart dangle a little lower.


Using different colors for each side of the hearts, you can make a very colorful stretchy Valentine heart bracelet.


Our model shows how it looks while being worn.


Hey! That’s a bracelet!


Because there are small parts, please be extra careful around little ones.


©Noreen Doll

Crafty Journal

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  1. Very cute!

  2. Right up my daughter’s alley! I’ll have her make these for her female classmates for Valentines Day!

  3. What a great idea! I wear elastics around my wrist all the time and I have plenty of jump rings, but I never thought of combining the two. I’m definitely going to pin this and make some! Thanks for sharing!

  4. I really like the reversible feature to the stickers – great little girl project!

  5. What a sweet idea! My daughter would love this. I like to do baskets for Valentine’s Day (like Easter baskets)…I just might include these.

  6. So easy and so cute! Love it on the bear!

  7. Hi, I haven’t been here in a while and wonder what I missed. I’m pinning this. How often have I put these elastics on my wrist as I find them scattered here and there!! Best wishes, Linda

  8. Cute idea. I think I would like them just as hair bands as well.

  9. Hi, Love this idea! So simple and easy but a great Mommy-Daughter craft! Thank you for posting!

  10. FYI~ I picked up the supplies for this today. I found different hair bands that match PERFECTLY at Dollar Tree!

  11. Cualquier niña estará encantada con esta bonita pulsera. Me alegra haber conocido tu blog, y todo gracias a la fiesta de karen.

  12. Super cute for the kiddos! Thank you for sharing!

  13. Thanks so much for sharing your creative project with us! Visit us again next showcase next week!

    Have a good week,

  14. What a great idea to use those hair elastics!!

    Hope you have a fabulous week!

  15. What a fantastic idea, my 10 year old will go crazy for these pinning this.

  16. super cute~! thanks! I’ve given your tutorial a shout out on my FB page!

  17. What a cute and easy to make idea! My daughter will love these as we are looking for some fun Valentine crafts. Thanks for sharing at A Humble Creation!

  18. So sweet, thanks for sharing with us at Creative Mondays :)

  19. SO cute! This would be a great, quick craft for a girl’s birthday party!

  20. You’ve been featured! Thanks so much for sharing with me.

  21. These would also be cute worn on ponytails. Thank you for sharing this Valentine craft on Fluster’s Creative Muster Party.

    Hugs and Smiles,

  22. Fun idea! I love how versatile this is – pefect as a bracelet, but just as cute for putting in their hair, or even as the collar for a beloved stuffed animal!

  23. Clever, quick and easy!

  24. No! Oh goodness, no! This is a very very bad idea. Hair elastics should never be worn around the wrist, no matter how small the wrist. There are too many important veins, arteries and capilaries in the wrist to put that kind of constriction on there! This is a very cute idea, but some other material needs to be used for the stretchy part.

  25. Thank you so much for mentioning this. We all need to remember to be careful with our children.

  26. Noreen,
    These are so cute. What a great idea. Thanks so much for sharing at Wednesday’s Adorned From Above Blog Hop.
    Debi and Charly @ Adorned From Above
    Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures
    Nichi @ The Mandatory Mooch

  27. Oh, what a great idea. So simple! and sooo sweet! Thank you for sharing it.

  28. That is so cute!! I love it! Thanks so much for sharing it at SHOW-licious Craft Showcase!!


  29. WOOT!!!!! Congrats in being in our Feature Friday Post! We loved it and these would be great for my girls Valentine’s Day project! xoxo Susie

  30. Thanks again for sharing with us :) featuring this week on Creative Mondays …

  31. What a fun way to decorate a hair elastic….great idea! I’m so glad you shared this at Loving Valentines Day!


  32. Cute ideas with these tags. Thanks for stopping by and linking up at Saturday Dishes.
    Diane Roark

  33. I love these bracelets and that you found the elastics at the Dollar tree. Super cute! Thank you for sharing on Artsy Play Wednesday. I always enjoy your posts.

  34. Hello, this is such a cute idea. I ‘m going to pin this. Would make a cute party favor.

    Kim ~This Ole Mom

  35. Cute idea! Great party favors! Thanks for sharing at TTF!

  36. What a cute simple idea! thanks for sharing.

  37. My 7 year old daughter would enjoy making this simple bracelet for her friends. Thanks for sharing via Family Fun Friday!

  38. neato! and if they loose it, you aren’t too upset since the cost is minimal. This will be a great craft for kids of all ages :)

  39. Thanks for linking up to Tickled Pink Times Two. I will be featuring your bracelets at tomorrow night’s party :)

  40. How clever! I really enjoyed your Stretchy Valentine Heart Bracelet craft.I’m certain this craft will go viral! Pinned it! Thanks for stopping by and sharing it.

  41. LOVE THIS!! I will be making these for my girl kindergarten students…now to find a cute boy Valentine gift to make!! Any ideas? =-)

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