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Tassel Necklace & Earrings | Henry Happened

It took me a long time to find a tassel tutorial that I actually found easy to follow and that turned out some good looking tassels. But then I found this fantastic tutorial on Henry Happened and I’ve been churning them out! Tassels can be fun and flirty in neon colours or bright colours or elegant and pretty in pastels and metallics. They’re so easy to add to earring hooks or necklaces like in HH’s tutorial, or to add to your keyring or bag.

Rhinestone Chain Bracelet | Swellmayde
One thing I love about DIY bloggers is that they take things I love, like big chunky rhinestones and give me creative ideas on how to use them. Chunky chain is in all the fashion stores at the moment, so this piece is also really on trend at the moment. There are also some links with the tutorial on where to find these giant rhinestones if you’re not lucky enough to find them in your local craft stores!

Rhinestone Chain Bracelet | Swellmayde

One thing I love about DIY bloggers is that they take things I love, like big chunky rhinestones and give me creative ideas on how to use them. Chunky chain is in all the fashion stores at the moment, so this piece is also really on trend at the moment. There are also some links with the tutorial on where to find these giant rhinestones if you’re not lucky enough to find them in your local craft stores!

Fringe Scarf | I Spy DIY
I’m hoping to go on a cruise at the end of the year, and doesn’t this scarf look perfect for relaxing on a deck, sipping…. diet coke…. and reading a magazine?! Actually it would be perfect for any kind of travel - gorgeous enough to dress up a tshirt and jeans and great to wrap around you when the flight temperature reaches below zero. If you don’t want to make a scarf from scratch, use one you already have and get fringe to match it. I Spy DIY does it again!

Fringe Scarf | I Spy DIY

I’m hoping to go on a cruise at the end of the year, and doesn’t this scarf look perfect for relaxing on a deck, sipping…. diet coke…. and reading a magazine?! Actually it would be perfect for any kind of travel - gorgeous enough to dress up a tshirt and jeans and great to wrap around you when the flight temperature reaches below zero. If you don’t want to make a scarf from scratch, use one you already have and get fringe to match it. I Spy DIY does it again!

Huntington Keyring | For The Makers
Key rings are so fun to make, mainly because you can make a ton of them at once - great to use as decoration as gifts or to have on hand as little thank you gifts. This project is grat because not only is it cheap, but you can customise it in any colour with any kind of charm. Personally I recently bought a ton of charms on eBay for about $5, and will be using them - but you can get yours from etsy or your local craft store.

Huntington Keyring | For The Makers

Key rings are so fun to make, mainly because you can make a ton of them at once - great to use as decoration as gifts or to have on hand as little thank you gifts. This project is grat because not only is it cheap, but you can customise it in any colour with any kind of charm. Personally I recently bought a ton of charms on eBay for about $5, and will be using them - but you can get yours from etsy or your local craft store.

Name Bracelet | Born in ‘82
Raise your hand if you bought a name plat necklace after Carrie wore on in Sex & The City! Yep, min is up too. They might not be super popular anymore, but I still love mine and would love to make some for friends and family. It’s a sweet personalised gift and doesn’t it look great with the little bow too? The trick for this project as Born in 82 says is to draw your design first then use that as a guide for bending your wire - and some patience!

Name Bracelet | Born in ‘82

Raise your hand if you bought a name plat necklace after Carrie wore on in Sex & The City! Yep, min is up too. They might not be super popular anymore, but I still love mine and would love to make some for friends and family. It’s a sweet personalised gift and doesn’t it look great with the little bow too? The trick for this project as Born in 82 says is to draw your design first then use that as a guide for bending your wire - and some patience!