Barbie Shoe Bracelet

Ahh like Mother like Daughter. My daughter Kelsey cracks me up! She has a style of her own. She loves to be silly and dress crazy with her friends. This is a bracelet that she made today. She was cleaning out all of her old things that she doesn’t use anymore and she came across a bunch of old Barbie shoes. While she doesn’t play with Barbie’s anymore being that she is in 7th grade she still loved the shoes so she wanted to come up with a way to preserve them. Voila! She Simply punched holes in them using the Crop-o-dile hole punch from We-R-Memory Keepers and attached them to a blank bracelet that she purchased at Walmart for a couple of dollars. I was extremely proud of her.



  1. Kemi Says:

    I have two daughters who would flip over a Barbie-shoe bracelet.

    Good work, Kelsey! :)

  2. Amanda Yates Says:

    Very cute-too bad I can’t pull these away from my daughter! I’d make one for her! :)

  3. Traci Jefferies Says:

    Looks like mother like daughter…creative juices everywhere. What a great thing to do with the shoes, especially because usually end up with one anyway! Thanks for the idea!

  4. JudiW Says:

    How clever! So now I am on the hunt for “teenie-tiny” things. These would be great “Make and Takes” when the G-girls come for a visit.
    Thanks for the idea

  5. Rebecca Says:

    What a great idea! Great work, Kelsey! :)

  6. Leah Says:

    Wow. I’m in my 40′s and I would wear one of these! Now I’m on the lookout for vintage barbie shoes at Antique stores. Great Idea. Go Kelsey!

  7. Angela Says:

    This is *super* cute! Great idea Kelsey! Thanks for sharing! :)

  8. Angie Neil Says:

    I know quite a few girls who would flip to have a Barbie shoe bracelet – including my 3 year old! GREAT job Kelsey!!

  9. Bethany Says:

    SO cute! :) Girls of all ages would love these! Now I’m off on a hunt for a source to buy Barbie shoes in bulk…there must be one somewhere!

  10. Angie Neil Says:

    I featured this on my blog!

    Thank you so much for sharing – my daughter wanted one as soon as she saw it!!

  11. Kari @ Ucreate Says:

    I am so featuring this, too and making them for my daughters!! So creative!!

  12. Kristine McKay Says:

    Thanks Kari,
    Your site is awesome!

  13. Joanne Says:

    This is just amazing! Love it! What a talented daughter! Popped over from UCreate – and I’m going to feature this in my week in review round up tomorrow!

    Joanne @ Ready, Set, Craft!

  14. Michelle Says:

    I love it! So funky and cute! I wish I had a daughter so I could steal her Barbie shoes!

  15. Vone Says:

    I found this post from Ready.Set.Craft.
    Such a cute idea. I would be great for all the single shoes. We got our first Barbies this Christmas and have already lost one shoe. I will have to keep it :)

  16. Bless This Mess » Barbie shoe braclet and a sneak peek! Says:

    [...] I saw this bracelet, I headed straight for our toy room and found all the shoes I [...]

  17. Kellie Says:

    I love this idea (saw it originally on Studio 5) and just gathered up my DD shoes. She was a little hesitant in the “shoe bracelet” until I found the blog picture again. Now she is excited. One question though – when you attach the shoes to the bracelet, did your daughter open the links, slip the shoe in and close it again? After I find the bracelet it might make more sense. I haven’t had the best luck opening and closing links (charms tend to slip out).


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  19. silver bangle bracelet Says:

    Your bracelet is an awesome one. Love them so much.

  20. jewelora Says:

    I has a style of beaded.But your bracelet look more Creative

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