Even though its fun for dress up, much of children's jewelry contains lead and cadmium -- which are neither fun or beautiful. However, kids don't need store-bought jewels to feel fancy? You can make simple, safe kids jewelry to using found objects lurking around your home and in the recycling bin. From bracelets, to necklaces to dangling earrings, you can help your child make unique jewelry that's age-appropriate and free of toxic metals. Read on to see how you can make a bracelet, necklace and pair of earrings in any size or shape that you wish. Since adult-only tools and skill are required for this recycled kids jewelry how to, you may want to appoint your child the jewelry designer and you can be the jewelry crafter. And the best part, if they ruin or lose a piece, it doesn't matter!
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