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DIY Woven Chain Collar Necklace. Earlier this month Lauren and I escaped city life with our dear friend Grace, of Stripes & Sequins, for a weekend chock-full of sun and DIY.

DIY Woven Chain Collar Necklace

With an abundant supply of rhinestone and brass curb chain, we decided to try weaving the components together to make our own collar necklaces. It was fun to see how wonderfully different the pieces turned out - each so fabulous in their own unique way! Winged Golden Ball Bracelet | Wicked Clothes. Plastic Spoon Rose ∙ How To by EVEnl on Cut Out.

- Glue the pieces together with a glue gun or by melting the bottom side of the petals. - Insert the 5 petals into the 10 petals and the 2 middle petals into the 5.

Plastic Spoon Rose ∙ How To by EVEnl on Cut Out

See picture. Now that your rose is finished melt the bottom of the rose and push it flat (I used a saucer to push it flat). Once it is flat enough melt the plastic again and push a safety pin into it and secure by laying a small piece of melted plastic over the safety pin. 5 Ways to Turn Zippers into Awesome Arm Candy. UPDATE: By popular demand, Zipper Bracelet Kits ($15) and readymade Zipper Bracelets ($20) are now available in the Brit + Co. shop!

5 Ways to Turn Zippers into Awesome Arm Candy

You know we love turning unconventional materials into wearable accessories. Today, we’re tackling zippers! We figured out 5 simple, beautiful ways to create bracelets, cuffs, and bangles out of metal, plastic, and repurposed zippers. Bouncy Ball Necklace - Handmade Necklaces - Handmade Jewelry - MarthaStewart.com. Make Right and Left Pieces - Wooden-Circle Bib Necklace - Step 2 - MarthaStewart.com. Anthro Necklace Week – Pretty-In-Pinking. This fun necklace is part of my first Anthro Necklace Week – A whole week of fun tutorial sharing Anthro Knockoffs!

Anthro Necklace Week – Pretty-In-Pinking

Disclaimer: I am not a jewelry-making expert by any means! I’ve tried to show you the way I do these – but believe me when I say that if I can do these – anyone can! :) We’re starting off the week with Anthro’s Pretty-In-Pinking necklace. Anthro Limitless Strands Necklace. How is your Holiday shopping going?

Anthro Limitless Strands Necklace

Have you started? I will confess I have not. But I have been talking about starting. Anthro Trimmed Necklace Knockoff. Have you entered the Black Friday Giveaways??

Anthro Trimmed Necklace Knockoff

You have a couple more days to enter! Click here for links to all 18 Giveaways! How are you doing on your handmade Christmas presents? Need any quick, easy, super cute, jewelry ideas?? Anthro Necklace Week – Set Ashore Necklace. Today we’re making the Set Ashore Necklace.

Anthro Necklace Week – Set Ashore Necklace

The beauty of this design is that it is sooo adaptable. You can change out each element to your preference or supply availability! So fun and so many possibilities. Here’s Mine: And here’s the inspiration: Anthro Necklace Week – Potentilla Bib. This fun necklace is part of my first Anthro Necklace Week – A whole week of fun tutorial sharing Anthro Knockoffs!

Anthro Necklace Week – Potentilla Bib

Disclaimer: I am not a jewelry-making expert by any means! I’ve tried to show you the way I do these – but believe me when I say that if I can do these – anyone can! :) Anthro Knockoff – Akela Necklace. Anthropologie is such a great source to steal ideas from for inspiration.

Anthro Knockoff – Akela Necklace

One of my favorite things to do late at night is browse through the Anthro site with a cup of hot tea. Gets my brain going. Anthro Necklace Week – Paisley Rebirth Necklace. Anthro Necklace Week Day 4!

Anthro Necklace Week – Paisley Rebirth Necklace

In case you have not visited this week – it is officially Anthropologie Necklace Week! 5 Days of Tutorials ending in 5 Lovely Giveaways!! Anthropologie Inspired Necklace from Wedding Dress. Last summer I told you how I was cutting up my wedding dress to make all kinds of fun (more useful) projects. I called it "I DO, re-done".

It was supposed to be this big event and even had a button. Well as it turns out I'm not a big event person and although I love making things from the endless supply of fabric that is my wedding dress, I wasn't strict enough to do a month of just that. So here and there I share projects made from (yes my ACTUAL) my wedding dress.