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Two great craft ideas for nursing moms that I came across today!
How to Make a Cheap Nursing Bracelet
- why pay good money for something you can make yourself? Yes, you can make your own nursing bracelet. Not only will it be cheaper, but you'll enjoy it more. After all, you made it, and chose the colors, designs, and type of beads and string or wire. So you can create your nursing bracelet to fit you and your baby.
How to Make a Nursing Necklace
- You can buy a nursing necklace already made from various places online. You can find a suitable nursing necklace in a store. However, making your own nursing necklace is fun and special because you can tailor it to your child. It is also likely less expensive than buying a nursing necklace pre-made. If you have more than one nursling, it is fun to have more than one nursing necklace.
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