Do you like them? Did you guess what they are?
So I bought this Slinky Jr. at the dollar store.
If you have a cute little wrist, like my friend Kim, you can wear it as is. Just choose how many coils you care to sport, and snip that much off your slinky. Scissors or a wire cutter both work.
But of course that's not the end of the story. This material is surprisingly malleable. And my wrist is neither little nor cute. Enter the tugging method:
Just give little tugs along the entire length, and here's what you get...
It is now big enough to wrap any size wrist as a coil bracelet.
If you aren't in the mood to wear multiple loops, tug yourself this simple, mod-looking set:
Earrings, a bangle and a choker-length necklace! Don't you love how the plastic becomes two-toned from the tugging?
Then there's the bending method:
Bend back and forth every inch or so - keep going, all the way to the end - and voila! A sexy, swirly coil.
The number of loops is up to you.
Then, of course, there is the self-explanatory twister method:
Don't forget the Sharpie-a-bunch-of-hieroglyphics method, and the wire-on-some-plastic-pearls method.
So how fun is a Slinky? IMHO, it's super fun.
Hey, you know it's true. Everyone loves a Slinky!