25 DIYs for Trendy No-Sew Accessories

Easily add some extra style to your wardrobe with your crafty sensibilities and these no-sew tutorials. Use embroidery floss to make the prettiest feather earrings. Grab an old pair of shoes and dress them up with a hint of neon. A little lace, paint, dye, and a few other craft supplies can go a long way to give your outfits a fashionable kick.

Check out the  25 DIYs for Trendy No-Sew Accessories to give your closet basics a fun new look.

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  • Gold Bracelet 2 of 26

    This is a great gold chain braided bracelet to add to any outfit.
    Check it out at Ohoh Blog.

  • Etched Cuff 3 of 26

    This etched copper cuff is an incredible statement.
    Find out more at The Merry Thought.

  • Infinity Knot 4 of 26

    This bracelet is very Kate Spade esque.
    Check it out at Remarkably Domestic.

  • Neon + Bows 5 of 26

    These neon earrings are surprisingly easy to DIY for such a bold statement.
    Find out more at Bead Mixer Style.

  • Hama Beads 6 of 26

    This would be a great bracelet option for kids since the beads are plastic and durable.
    Find out more at Plan B.

  • Broach Necklace 7 of 26

    Repurpose a plain broach into a colorful necklace.
    Spotted at A Bit of Sunshine.

  • Wood Earrings 8 of 26

    Make a pair of geometric wood earrings.
    Find out more at The Merry Thought.

  • Feather Necklace 9 of 26

    This feather necklace would look great on a casual outfit if you put it on a long chain.
    Find out more at Oh So Pretty.

  • Statement Necklace 10 of 26

    A love the color combination and natural look of this DIY necklace.
    Find out more at Flamingo Toes.

  • Dainty Rings 11 of 26

    Dainty rings are very on trend and this one doubles it.
    Find out more at My Little Secrets.

  • Pom-Pom Necklace 12 of 26

    The natural bead with the pastel pom-pom makes this necklace so feminine.
    Find out more at Wrapped Up in Rainbows.

  • Diamond Ring 13 of 26

    Who said a diamond has to be expensive? This wire ring is gorgeous.
    Find out more at Swell Mayde.

  • Bright Bracelets 14 of 26

    These bright bracelets are made from office supplies.
    Find out more at Babble Dabble Do.

  • Neon Shoes 15 of 26

    Add some neon to simple nude shoes for a fun shoe DIY.
    Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

  • Studded Barrette 16 of 26

    Studding is very trendy right now and so is long hair, so pull it back with this barrette.
    Find out more at Transient Expression.

  • Sunglasses 17 of 26

    The dainty flower detailing is perfect for sunglasses.
    Find out more at Maize Hutton.

  • Tassel Earrings 18 of 26

    Statement earrings with some bright rhinestones and tassels.
    Find out more at Plan B.

  • Pattern Clips 19 of 26

    A quick way to add pattern to your outfit is with these simple hair clips.
    Find out more at The Pretty Life Anonymous.

  • Leather Belt 20 of 26

    This belt looks amazing with a solid color dress. The bow detailing is incredible.
    Find out more at Wholly Kao.

  • Washi Tape Headband 21 of 26

    Put your stockpile of washi tape to work on a cute headband.
    Find out more at Washi Tape Crafts.

  • Lace Shoes 22 of 26

    Spice up bland shoes with a little lace detailing.
    Find out more at Mit Milch.

  • Dyed Fruit Tote 23 of 26

    Use dye to transform a regular tote into this adorable watermelon tote.
    Find out more at Madame Citron.

  • Infinity Scarf 24 of 26

    Upcycle an old t-shirt into a no sew embellished infinity scarf.
    Find out more at The Experimental Home.

  • Neon Toes 25 of 26

    Make scuffed toes disappear with neon paint and ribbon deatailing.
    Find out more at Petit a Petit and Family.

  • Button Clips 26 of 26

    Use some cute buttons to jazz up bobby pins.
    Find out more at Home Hear Craft.

Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the bestselling book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman), follow up fill-in journal My Prudent Advice, and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, 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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