Gem Stone Necklace DIY

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We’ve combined some of our favorite M&J materials to create this jaw dropping  lucite gem stone necklace.

SUPPLIES

Supplies

Tear Drop Pendant Style No 45063

Shimmering Marbleized Acrylic Pendant Style No. 31859

5 MM Jewelry Metal Chain

Felt

Hole Puncher

Jump Rings

E-6000 Glue

Pliers

STEPS

Cut the felt into a unique shape. This will be used as the base of your necklace, so make sure your pendants will fit comfortably on this surface.

Cut the Felt

Once you have created the base silhouette, lay the shape down on a flat surface. At this point, you will plan out where each pendant will sit.

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Using your E-6000, apply a small amount of glue on both the pendant and the fabric. This allows the glue to hold much better over time.

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Continue gluing each pendant down until you are satisfied with your necklace.

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It is not time to attach the jump rings and the chain.

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Depending on how you would like the necklace to hang, you can place the chain closer to the center or closer to the side.  Just be sure to make the points are an equal distance apart from one another.

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Since our chain is long enough, we can easily put it on and off without a clasp. DSC_0142What do you think of our gem stone DIY Necklace?

5 comments on “Gem Stone Necklace DIY

  1. Reblogged this on Agua Dulce Winery and commented:
    Beautiful idea!

  2. yarasguay says:

    Si señor…. Original y chulo. Me gusta mucho

  3. karen robison says:

    Jaw-dropping for sure. Want to make some, suspect more than one. Like the idea that it can fit overhead without having to fool with closures.

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