HAPPY FRIENDSHIP DAY!
“A friend is one that knows you as you are, understands where you have been, accepts what you have become, and still, gently allows you to grow.”
One couldn’t agree more with this beautiful quote from the literary legend. Everyone has friends to lean on to, during good times and bad, who will be there with you through thick and thin.
From planning homework sessions together and attending horror movie nights with popcorn, to becoming your secret-keeper and your ultimate mischief partner, your friends feature in almost all your fond memories. And we all wish that this friendship lasts forever. What better way to mark your friendship than with a unique band.
This Friendship Day is the right time to gift your beloved friends a handmade band as a token of your love and affection for them.
Find out how to make Friendship bands with the help of the following three DIYs.
Let’s get started!
This bracelet is one is the easiest to make and is a perfect gift for Friendship Day.
Sailor’s Knot bracelets are not just cool but have deep meanings and some interesting tales. Old time sailors made bracelets from ropes off their ships for two purposes:
But over time, they started gifting these knot brackets to each other for friendship and good fortune.
The square knot friendship band is super simple and fun to make. You can make it either by using three different coloured threads or just by two. You can also jazz it up by adding beads or alphabets in between.
While you are busy making your favourite friendship band, you can also express your fondness and attachment to your buddies through a letter!
Head over to the link below and download our printable Friendship Day letter. You can either post this to your friends or email them.
Don’t forget to share your special Friendship Day ideas with us on the comments below.
1. What does a friendship band stand for?
A friendship bracelet is a decorative bracelet given by one person to another. It is worn to honour the time, energy and love put into their friendship. The bracelet symbolises the beautiful friendship between two people.
2. Who invented friendship band?
Although it is generally accepted that the origins of these colorful friendship bands lie with the indigenous people of Central and South America, some decorative knots can be traced back to China from 481 to 221 BC.
3. What are the different types of friendship bracelets?
Some of the most popular friendship bracelet styles are based on Native American patterns. Most of these use the half-hitch knot. Some of the most common patterns include the chevron, broken ladder, totem pole, and diamond. Some of these patterns are based on the styles of Navajo weaving.
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