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25 No-Sew Spring Accessories and Tutorials

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It’s time to shed those heavy coats and accessorize. We have no-sew DIYs from head to toe for the fashionista on a budget. Make statement necklaces, update your totes, and add a little sparkle to your spring ensemble.

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  • Bright Chain Jewelry 2 of 26
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    Dip plastic chain jewelry to create a colorful statement.
    Find out more at I Spy DIY.

  • Neon Toe Shoes 3 of 26
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    Shoes are the main compliment to any outfit, so customize a pair with a neon toe.
    Find out more at Green Wedding Shoes.

  • Knotted Headband 4 of 26
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    Pull your hair back with this simple knotted headband.
    Check it out atYou Seriously Made That.

  • Heart Tote with Leather Straps 5 of 26
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    Make a simple tote glamorous with a graphic heart and leather straps.
    Find out more at Say Yes to Hoboken.

  • Bobby Pin Earrings 6 of 26
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    Use nail polish to transform bobby pins into beautiful earrings.
    Find out more at The Metric Child.

  • Woven Chain Bracelet 7 of 26
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    This bracelet will complete any arm party.
    Spotted at Honestly WTF.

  • No-Sew Vest 8 of 26
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    This vest is the perfect light layer for spring.
    Find out more at WobiSobi.

  • Wire Bow Ring 9 of 26
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    Make a dainty bow ring for something simple and feminine.
    Find out more at I Spy DIY.

  • Market Tote 10 of 26
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    Bring this tote to a farmer's market on a spring day.
    Find out more at Martha Stewart.

  • Triangle Necklace 11 of 26
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    Create a geometric shape for a necklace that is on trend.
    Find out more at Creative Index.

  • Fabric Flowers 12 of 26
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    Add no-sew fabric flower to headbands, hair clips, or pins for several accessory possibilities.
    Find out more at Ruffles and Stuff.

  • Braided Headband 13 of 26
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    Style your hair with this braided headband on those warm days.
    Find out more at Alisa Burke.

  • Painted TOMS 14 of 26
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    Add character to your TOMS by painting a pattern on them.
    Find out more at Lil Blue Boo.

  • Glitter Bow Necklace 15 of 26
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    This necklace is just the right amount of sparkle for any occasion.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.

  • Monogram Coin Purse 16 of 26
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    Personalize any coin purse.
    Find out more at Little Green Notebook.

  • Tassel Bracelet 17 of 26
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    Tassels are a big trend for spring.
    Find out more at Maize Hutton.

  • No Sew Wrap 18 of 26
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    An asymmetric wrap in just a few no-sew steps.
    Find out more at Behind the Seams.

  • Colorblock Bag 19 of 26
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    Update an old purse with a fresh spring color.
    Find out more at Chic Steals.

  • Painted Wooden Bead Neckalace 20 of 26
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    Paint spring colors on wooden beads for a cute necklace option.
    Find out more at A Girl Who Makes.

  • Confetti Earrings 21 of 26
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    Make confetti earrings for your next spring party.
    Find out more at Evie S..

  • Felt Hair Bow 22 of 26
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    Create small felt bows to pin back your bangs or spice up your typical hairstyle.
    Find out more at Create Studio..

  • Ankle Strap Flats 23 of 26
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    Add an ankle strap to simple flats to accessorize your feet.
    Find out more at I Spy DIY.

  • Studded Bracelet 24 of 26
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    A studded option to add to your arm bracelet selection.
    Find out more at Martha Stewart.

  • No Sew Bag 25 of 26
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    The wooden handles on this handbag scream spring.
    Find out more at Martha Stewart.

  • Curtain Ring Statement Neckalace 26 of 26
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    This statement necklace is a simple DIY with inexpensive materials.
    Find out more at By Wilma.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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