119 posts tagged necklace
I’m not sure why I like this necklace, but it really took my eye. Perfect for those of us who absentmindedly play with their necklaces! Choose a few different colours of spray paint and make a few to give as gifts and a couple for yourself (or if you don’t want to spray paint them, get your nuts in shades of gold and silver)
My current obsession is with dainty necklaces. I always kind of steered clear of them due to being bigger, but I figure you should wear whatever you want! ‘d love to add this little bow necklace to my collection - it would go so well with my Summer dresses!
It seems that the colour of Summer in Australia is going to be pale blue, and this statement necklace would look fantastic with any piece in that colour. And don’t fret about the difficulty level on this one - the hardest part is probably stitching on the pretty embellishment!
This necklace is made using epoxy clay and decorated with gold leaf. I’ve never tried epoxy clay, but it seems pretty straightforward to use. Chic Steals has a great tutorial on how to use the clay and other tips and tricks - I also love the way she created a layered necklace in one - so much easier than trying to stack chains that always end up tangled!
There are a ton of wire word necklaces out there, but that tiny little tassel really makes this one special to me! How adorable!
I love this necklace but was a bit worried about how hard it would be to create - do I have to get a soldering iron?! Nope, just a few bugle beads and some nylon thread! I might need a few tries before I work out how the prism goes together but I can’t wait to make one for myself!
I love the idea of having a basic chain necklace with a charm I can swap around to suit my mood and outfit! Think of all the possibilities…
When I was a little bub, my next door neighbour and I used to get packets of chips and shrink them in the oven. We thought it was so cool. I have no idea what we did with them after that, but it was fun! I always think of those tiny chip packets when I see shrink plastic projects, but of course these are much cuter and actually serve a purpose! I love the colour combos of this necklace. And there are so many things you could use these bright discs for - keys, christmas decorations, earrings…
When I first read the title I thought ‘oh like the one from Men In Black!’. Haha! No, not quite, but equally as awesome. Look for charms on etsy (look for blank charm) and you’ll find lots of shapes and sizes. Click through for the whole sparkly tutorial!
I adore the style of these vintage charm necklaces. The combination of the tassels, beads and charms is really sweet and the colour combos are so on trend. These little charms are from a swap meet, but you can always find charms on etsy or eBay.
It is my honest belief that pom poms can make the world a better place. Just seeing them makes me smile! And combined with the earthy tones of wooden beads and string, they take on a new, softer vibe - perfect with a summery white dress!
You’ve probably seen necklaces like these at most jewelry stores - I love the mix of wooden, crocheted and coloured beads. Even better, FT says that this is actually a pretty easy piece to create - which means perfect for us beginner jewelers!
Another craft line that came out recently that I love is the new Martha Stewart Jewelry line. Chic Steals has created an amazing bib necklace using a mix of the enamel metal pieces and cabochons. The enamel pieces you actually buy plain then paint with enamel paint. So you can create your own vintage style piece that is exclusively yours!
Y’all know how much I love anything monogrammed, so this DIY is right up my alley! Plus this little letter necklace will go with anything - pretty floral dresses or jeans and a tee.
When I first saw this DIY I didn’t realise that it was a party hat - I just thought it was a super cute little charm. This would be a fantastic gift to give as something ‘extra’ on someone’s birthday - like the classy equivalent of those giant number badges that come on cards!