DIY Metallic Rope Necklace

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Grace of Stripes and Sequins always wows us with her creative DIYs, and we’re especially obsessing over her latest project, this metallic rope necklace. She used metallic trim from our store to add a bit of shine to the necklace, and we love the way it looks with the nautical rope and the green electric tape. Stop by Stripes and Sequins to see Grace’s full tutorial!

 

DIY Tassel Necklace

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We were recently browsing one of our favorite DIY blogs, Thanks I Made It, when we spotted this lovely DIY tassel necklace. Erin used some chain and tassels from our store, and combined them to create this pretty, vintage-looking necklace. This is such a simple DIY, and we love the final result! Head on over to Thanks, I Made It to find out how Erin made this beautiful necklace.

 

DIY Rope & Crystal Necklace by Stripes and Sequins

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We started swooning over this DIY rope and crystal necklace as soon as we saw it on Grace’s blog, Stripes and Sequins. She got the gemstones, velvet ribbon, rhinestone trim, and cord from M&J Trimming, and combined them to make this ultra chic necklace. Wouldn’t this be such a perfect fall accessory? Stop by Stripes and Sequins to see the full tutorial so you can make it yourself!

 

 

DIY Chunky Chain Necklace

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We can always count on Kristen of Glitter N Glue for awesome DIY projects, and this one is no exception. She grabbed two different  colored chains from our store, attached them with pliers, added a clasp, and voila! This awesome two-tone chain necklace was born. Head on over to Glitter N Glue to see more of Kristen’s lovely necklace (as well as an endless amount of other cool DIYs)!

DIY Neon Cord Necklace

 

The neon craze is still going strong, so naturally we’re obsessed with this DIY neon cord necklace by Christine of Court and Hudson. She used chain from M&J Trimming to create this bright statement necklace, and now we’re dying to make one of our own. Isn’t it awesome? Find her full tutorial at Court and Hudson.

 

Top 5 DIY Rope Necklaces

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Lately we’ve been spotting a ton of DIY projects made with one of our favorite materials – rope! Some very crafty bloggers have been whipping up these awesome rope necklaces, and we’re loving every last one. See our five favorites below- which one do you like best?

DIY Celtic Knot Necklace by Momma Go Round

DIY Rope Necklace by I Spy DIY

DIY Rope Necklace by Honestly WTF

DIY Celtic Heart Knot Necklace by Clones N Clowns

DIY Rope and Chain Necklace by Thanks I Made It for The Average Girl’s Guide

DIY Inspiration: Chunky Chain Necklace

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In our opinion, the chain necklace is a staple for any DIY fanatic. Whether you’re spraypainting, looping neon ribbon through, or attaching cool metal embellishments, there’s endless possibilities for a simple strand of chain. Lately we’ve been loving bright, chunky chain necklaces, so we gathered a few pieces of inspiration. We just might try to replicate one of these in a DIY someday! Which one do you like the best?



via Stella & Dot / Fashion Lane / Revolve Clothing / Mac and Mir

DIY Sparkly Blossom Necklace

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How adorable is this DIY necklace by Grace of Stripes and Sequins and Alicia of Cheetah Is The New Black? It combines all of our favorite elements: neon, rhinestones, and flowers. We can’t get enough! Pop over to Stripes and Sequins to see the full tutorial.

DIY Inspiration: Rhinestones

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With such an abundance of rhinestone trims and accents in our store, it’s about time we found some rhinestone DIY inspiration. Paint neon nail polish on rhinestone trim for a trendy necklace, or attach a strand of rhinestones to your heels for a chic anklet. And of course you can never go wrong with a rhinestone collar. We can’t wait to DIY some of these!

images via Cats & Rocking Chairs / Karla’s Closet / Tumblr / Dannijo / Tumblr 

DIY Collar Necklace by Court + Hudson

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How cool is this DIY necklace by Christine of Court + Hudson? This is by far one of the best DIYs we’ve seen in a while – and it’s made from M&J Trimming products! Head on over to Court + Hudson to see the full tutorial.