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DIY: Collar con hojas metalizadas. Hace un par de días tuve el placer de organizar la fiesta de presentación de Dresseos, un nuevo vestidor de alquiler online que cuenta con piezas exclusivas de diseñadores muy reconocidos como Angel Schlesser, Amaya Arzuaga, Ion Fiz , Devota … [LEER TODO] Esta semana he podido permitirme un look más primaveral y estrenar mi nuevo crop top.

DIY: Collar con hojas metalizadas

Mira que hace tiempo odiaba los crop tops y no los consideraba nada elegantes. Pero como todo en esta vida, hay que adaptarlo al estilo … [LEER TODO] Hoy queremos presentaros una nueva firma española de calzado que seguro os va a encantar. Se llama Okaaspain y tienen zapatitos de piel para niños, jóvenes y adultos fabricados en España y con unos diseños monísimos y muy de tendencia. … [LEER TODO] Hoy queremos compartir un outfit de día muy sencillo que esperemos os inspire ya que es muy copiable. Gracias a Aussie, una seguidora de este blog podrá asistir conmigo a la fiesta que Dresseos va a organizar la semana que viene. ¡Por fin viernes! DIY Advent 5: Ethnic Wool Necklace DIY - Outfits, Shoes & Accessories Dana. I often have ideas in mind, which are difficult to realize.

DIY Advent 5: Ethnic Wool Necklace DIY - Outfits, Shoes & Accessories Dana

With this necklace it turned out after the first attempt, the upper chain has to be shorter than the lower one, because otherwise the jewelry will not rest beautifully on the neckline. Material And Tools – For The Ethnic Wool Necklace You Need Wool (3 colors)Large-unit anchor chain (about 70 cm, from the hardware store)ScissorsForceps. DIY : Statement Necklace.

Ok, so this DIY was so FUN!

DIY : Statement Necklace

The first picture you see is the final product, so cute huh? Below are all the supplies that you will need to purchase for the product. DIY Tutorial: Woven Pom Pom Necklace » Operation Overhaul. As a continuation from the last post by Juu on her statement necklace, I went on to make a slightly different version of my own!

DIY Tutorial: Woven Pom Pom Necklace » Operation Overhaul

Materials: 3 chains, 15″ each3 sets of embroidery floss, 30″ eachNeon pink cord, 30″Pom pom trim, 16″Lobster claspJump ringsNeedle and thread (not pictured) 1. Make a Statement with Our DIY Chunky Braid Necklace. UPDATE: By popular demand, Braided Statement Necklace Kits ($15) are now available in the Brit + Co. shop!

Make a Statement with Our DIY Chunky Braid Necklace

You probably already know that we love our statement jewelry. From last week’s Tiered Ombre Necklace to our Super Simple Wrap Bracelets, we love figuring out easy ways to DIY current trends. For today’s chunky piece of neckwear, we decided to braid everything but the kitchen sink. This tutorial is easy, and a great way to use all those extra necklaces, chain, shoelaces, and ribbon you’ve got lying around the craft room. Woven Chain Collar Necklace. The best kind of crafts are crafts with friends, which is why today’s DIY is extra special… a little collaboration with my pals at Honestly WTF.

Woven Chain Collar Necklace

A few weeks ago, I flew out to San Francisco. From there, we drove up to Nevada City for a weekend of crafting in the woods. ZARA NECKLACE. Merhabalar herkeseee Bu postumuzun teması biraz farklı.


Genelde yoğun olarak üst üste gördüğüm şeylerin kafamda şekillenmesi, yaptıklarımı oluşturuyor. Fakat bu sefer birebir aynı olan bir şey yapmak istedim. DIY: Zara Inspired Statement Necklace » Operation Overhaul. Both Ros & I admittedly craft quite a lot and sometimes it just isn’t possible to put up tutorials for all our DIY projects because of various reasons.

DIY: Zara Inspired Statement Necklace » Operation Overhaul

It can get quite tricky taking photos while working with some of the materials (ie. power tools or wet paint) or just because they were done in the spur of the moment and we actually do need to plan most of our tutorials to ensure that the instructions are presented to you in the clearest and easiest way. Here’s one such DIY. Rachel Phipps: May 2012. As I completed my first year of university on Tuesday, yesterday was really the first day of my Summer, and I spent it with two of my best friends wandering around Central London in the sunshine shopping, eating Pinkberry and going to Press Days to check out some of the Autumn Winter collections that are rolling out.

Rachel Phipps: May 2012

First up was QVC, always one of my favourite showcases which always surprises me with amazing finds in the beauty, jewellery and home departments. (To check out my coverage of the Spring Summer Press Day, with all the things that are available on QVC right now, click here). My favourite part of this seasons showcase was the beautiful jewellery that was on display, all of which I think would make amazing gifts or investment pieces. While I am al about the spangles at the moment, I adore the two simple gem bangles at the far end.

The highlight for me was the Percy & Reed Pop Up Salon and a chance to browse their entire product range. DIY: Collar flúor. D.i.y. DIY Twisted Ball Chain Necklace « Be A Strainer. Venessa Arizaga inspired Lace + Chain Necklace. I have piles and piles of old lace that have been in my family (see a few photos here.)

Venessa Arizaga inspired Lace + Chain Necklace

I’ve been saving them for a special project, but am always terrified of using them for something that isn’t worth cutting the lace up for. 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 Pom Pom Necklace. The moment we saw designer Nicole Akong‘s dramatically colorful jewelry collection, Conquistadora, we were smitten.

Honestly, what’s not to love about these ethnic and tribal inspired pom pom necklaces? And how can we resist figuring out how these beauties were made? With just a few feet of cording, trimming, and chain, we’ll show how you can DIY your own Akong-inspired necklace! You’ll need:2 feet of pom pom trim2 feet of chain40-60 jump rings4 feet of nylon cord2 needle nose pliers Start by attaching the chain to the outer edge of the pom pom trim with the jump rings. Once the entire length of the chain is attached to the pom pom trim, thread the cord through each jump ring. DIY Chevron + Chain Necklace. Summer isn’t complete without a bright, punchy necklace. I’ve been inspired by all of the bright necklaces in stores this summer (this and this being at the top of my wish list,) and wanted to make something that I can wear while I’m at home all week on the Cape (or all summer long, for that matter.) Preppy, fun and bright… what could be better?

I also made a red, white, and blue version to wear on the fourth, so be sure to scroll all the way down to see how that one turned out. {I paired her with stripes, a bright manicure, and my handmade “Grace” ring from Madison Elizabeth Designs.} D.I.Y "CHAIN, CORD, AND COLORED PEARL NECKLACE" Hi all.. Sorry, if lately I didn't post so much..

DIY woven chain collar necklace. You’ll need: Start by laying two pieces of curb chain side by side. Tie on 4 feet of embroidery floss into a double knot to the end of the left chain, leaving at least a foot of extra slack. Thread the floss through the top of the first link of the right chain. Thread the floss under the first link on the left side and through the top of the 2nd link on the right side. Continue this weaving pattern. Tie a knot at the end. Using a different color flow, weave the floss around the first few links – again leaving about a foot of extra slack. Continue weaving and tie a knot at the end. Tie a knot onto the chain.