Sunday, April 3, 2011

Charm Bracelet

Hello everyone, my Mom uploaded these photos for me. I am done with my homework so she let me blog a little. Anyway, my Mom and me did the last package of the shrinky dink that Tita Shy gave me last Christmas.

If you can still remember, we did the key chains a couple of weeks ago and last Friday, we did these charm bracelets.
I designed the charms and Mommy helped me in putting the beads in the elastic string.
These small metal rings is supposed to go with the charm but it was so hard to open them up so Mommy just use it like a bead.
I love doing these kind of activities because Mommy and I get to bond for long and we get to do girl thing.

Above are my end products. I am planning to sell them and send the proceeds to my sisters in the family who lost their Dad some years ago. I remember how hard they cried during the last wake of my Tito Andy (my Mom's brother). I did not understand why they cried then but now I am slowly realizing why, that is why I always pray to God to always take care of my parents.

58 comments:

  1. As always, I am thankful of your insights. It always add up delight to my day after school when Mommy opens up my blog and I have lots of comments to read. Thank you so much!

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  2. You are always doing interesting things. You have a very sweet heart and it is right to be concerned about your family. Prayers are always a good thing, too. :-)

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  3. Wow! What beautiful jewelry you have made. Your Mom sure is nice, isn't she? Hey, I have a great playdough recipe that you guys might enjoy making too, some day. If you want it, let me know.

    Have a great week, Ms.Burrito!

    Ms. Kathy M.

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  4. What lovely bracelet that you made, really nice, have a good day!

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  5. Looks liek a lot of fun. Thanks for your comment on my post.

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  6. Looks liek a lot of fun. Thanks for your comment on my blog.

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  7. Very, very nice. So pretty. You may grow up to be a jewelry designer someday!

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  8. nice work baby. I tagged you, so visit this ok? i-was-tagged
    Tita clavs

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  9. Great job! These are so pretty.

    Have a fabulous week!

    Pizza Night

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  10. wow! you are very creative Rye...how sweet of you...can Akesha come and play with you? ehehhehe!

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  11. it's a good start ms. burrito you'll be a good jewelry designer soon..

    Visiting from Green Monday
    Hope You can visit my Greens at the ff:
    Multicolor Push Pins
    Baby Teether
    Snacks @ Pizza Hut

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  12. My granddaughter loves to make jewelry too! Thanks for sharing your blues.

    Happy Blue Monday.

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  13. Wow! Aren't you crafty! Very nice!....Christine

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  14. you are really enjoying your bonding

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  15. My neices would love making those-super fun!

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  16. Pretty bracelets and for such a special purpose. What a great big heart you have.

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  17. that's so nice of you and your bracelets are so nice and pretty just like you! good job! visiting your green monday entry!

    http://hazeljlabado.com/2011/04/04/green-monday-5/

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  18. You are very creative little girl..Keep it up...They are pretty.. happy Green Monday..

    mine is here

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  19. So cute naman. You are so creative Ms Burrito.

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  20. awww.... so cool...that's good for your eyes and hands coordination Ry.. way to go.. bili din ako.. ;).. thanks for the drop.. sorry for the late visit.. been crazy busy lately.

    tita vernz

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  21. so ceative and crafty talaga ni burrito..can I have one?

    Visiting from Green Monday!
    Mine is up! :)
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    Shengkay’s Journal
    Shengkay Random Nest

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  22. so sweet of you Rye, okay bili din ako para sa niece ko...

    Happy BM. Mine is @ Mom's Place.

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  23. Very sweet of you to send your earnings to a family member who is in need. Way to go, and I hope you make lots more so you can sell more.


    Inside Cambodia

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  24. So cute, they are beautiful creations. You are so sweet, God Bless!

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  25. A wonderful family post. Teaching a child while young is so important. A great post.

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  26. Good job rylie ... and i adore you for thinking that way .. Kyla wants to say Hi to you also :)
    My Ruby Tuesday

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  27. Sweetie, let me know where and when you will be selling these, okay? They are lovely and of course, each bead holds the care and love from your sweet heart.. :)

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  28. Good job sweetie! That's so nice of you to put your earnings into charity. Hope you can visit my entry for this week. Thanks!

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  29. Wow Rye that is very pretty and colorful!! You are very sweet little girl you are always blessed! Thanks for the visit!


    MYM

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  30. This is such a sweet post. You daughter is adorable and her sad story touched my heart. Thank you Rye. You are a very special little girl.
    Hugs, Jeanne

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  31. nice work rylie.

    i'm so glad for your parents because they had brought up a kind, creative and sweet daughter. keep it up.

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  32. i would love to have those bracelets..visiting from Ruby Tuesday..

    would you mind visiting my entry:
    http://lovingoutliving.blogspot.com/2011/04/chinese-new-year.html

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  33. I remember stringing those beads when I was little! So much fun!!

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  34. Good Job Rye I am sure many would interest to buy your bracelets. Mine is here Anne’s Sweet Life Thanks Rye

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  35. These are lovely bracelets, and my best wishes are with you to sell them and collect lots of money for the good cause.

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  36. good job, ryelie! such a sweet concern.

    http://clarizze.blogspot.com/2011/04/belt-and-bling-bling.html

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  37. Cute, colorful and fun to look at. Chloe likes that too!

    My RT entries:

    http://www.cookiescorner.com/2011/04/happy-occasion.html

    http://www.zoeandchloe.info/red-cheongsam/

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  38. your bracelets are beautiful!!
    my granddaughter would love them
    you're a wonderful artist

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  39. those are lovely charm bracelets Ms. Burito. it is indeed a nice activity to do with your momma for a mom-daughter bond...

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  40. Sorry for my late visit...
    Lovely bracelets, Ms. Burrito :)
    Your aim is very noble!

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  41. It must be fun to make bracelets with your Mom! I like to make jewelry, too, sometimes! Yours are very colorful and pretty.

    Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  42. Hi Ms Burrito!
    It was so nice to find your blog through Ruby Tuesday! You made such beautiful bracelets and it is nice you were thinking of your cousins as you made them.
    Keep up the good work!

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  43. You made such a lovely bracelet there!

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  44. Very pretty bracelets RYlie! That's awesome of you to give them to your cousins. :) Late RT. My Ruby Tuesday

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  45. wow, really bonding time. Thanks for joining sis! Very colorful ang designs nyo, goodluck to that!

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  46. Hi I am your newest follower. What a lovely little girl you are. Glad you are having fun and keeping those you love in your prayers. I did enjoy reading your blog. Sincerely Rachel

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