12 Fashionable Necklaces to Makecraftyamy
Not so very long ago I discovered polymer clay beads, and I’ve been thinking about DIY jewelry ever since. I’ve been specifically intrigued by making my own necklaces! Many people think that jewelry is especially challenging to make, but there are a lot of great ideas out there that are quite simple. This clay bead necklace from Delighted Momma is a perfect example. I’m ready to get my bead on! Are you interested in more necklaces to make? Click through the jump!
Beaded Pendant 1 of 11Scan in your favorite image, Mod Podge to a pendant, then finish it up with some microbeads and Dimensional Magic.
Get the step-by-step at Mod Podge Rocks
Painted Chevron 2 of 11Make a necklace out of an unexpected material - sheet metal!
Find the how-to at Dismount Creative
Silhouette Pendants 3 of 11These are easy to create with basic bezels, paper, simple silhouettes and Mod Podge.
See how it was made at Less Than Perfect Life of Bliss
Polaroid Necklace 4 of 11What's cuter than a mini-Polaroid? This is made with a small glass tile.
Find out how to do it at Polish the Stars
Designer Inspired 5 of 11The secret ingredient to this knock-off, dollar store necklace is paperclips!
Learn how to make it at Dollar Store Crafts
Shrinky Dinks 6 of 11Shrinkable plastic and Sharpie are the two main ingredients in this necklace.
Find the instructions at Mod Podge Rocks
Big Bow 7 of 11Once you fold the bow, all you have to do is string it on a chain for an instant necklace.
Get the step-by-step at A Dor
Ribbons and Beads 8 of 11This necklace is constructed so that you can change out your ribbon to coordinate with your outfit.
See the instructions at The Silly Pearl
Ombre Money Clip 9 of 11Can you believe this pendant was a money clip? Just add paper and Mod Podge!
Find the how-to at Madigan Made
Thimble Necklace 10 of 11This wee necklace uses regular push pins as the flowers.
See how it was made at The Wind and the Sail
Resin Pendants 11 of 11Make resin and ribbon necklaces with stickers and Dimensional Magic.
Learn how to do it yourself at Tatertots and Jello
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