Here’s a tutorial by fashion blogger Keiko Lynn for Michaels.com on how to create an edgy leather and spike chain necklace. You need a pair of round nose and side cutter pliers to do this project with ease, but they’re definitely worth the investment if you intend on making more custom jewelry! To view the full tutorial, click here.
Any Pepsi lovers out there? Here’s a tutorial that puts your love for Pepsi in jewelry form. Cami of You Seriously Made That? shows us how to make these adorable Pepsi logo earrings using a couple of recycled Pepsi cans and some Mod Podge Dimensional Magic. Not a fan of Pepsi? No problem! Just follow the same steps and replace the logo with a different design of fabric, paper, cardboard or plastic and you’ll have a unique set of custom earrings! View the full tutorial here!
Have any old t-shirts that you need to throw away? Recycle them instead by creating this unique necklace by Ivanna. The only materials required are some scissors, a needle and thread, and a few beads for decoration. Click here to make your own fabric necklace.
Here is a follower’s submission that I think is really awesome, especially if you’re like me and have tons of embroidery thread stuffed in a drawer somewhere. (I had a brief friendship bracelet phase.) Check out the original post by clicking here or visit Mitzi’s blog at www.TheCardiganCloset.com!
A twist on the friendship bracelet trend = turn it into a bangle! All you need is embroidery thread, scissors, and any bangle. Start by knotting the string around the bangle, and simply alternate colors as you wrap the thread around the bracelet.
Summer is quickly approaching and with the coming season, the nautical trend makes it way back into our wardrobes. This rope necklace by Eva of Fashionista’s Diary is the perfect accessory to pair with your boat shoes and stripes. Learn how to make your own by clicking here.
This is a super cool twist on the detachable collar trend! Arissa of Monoxious shows us how to convert a shirt collar into an interesting accessory by adding a bunch of chains, creating a collar necklace! View the full tutorial by clicking here.