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Friday, 1 March 2013

DIY Embellished Bib Necklace

I've been wanting to do a DIY blog post for a while now and am so excited to post this! I had a great time putting this together.

I had most of these supplies already but if you don't have any of the below supplies it will probably cost you around 30$ (which is a great price compared to what you would purchase one of these handmade bib necklace's for!). Most of these supplies you can get at Michaels!

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Note: You don't necessarily have to sew in beads but if you want a different look on parts of your necklace, string a strand of beads and sew it in, in combination with gluing the rhinestones. Also - get a thicker ribbon. I didn't sew in my ribbon and it seems to be super secure. This glue is MEGA bonding, but I think I may sew in my next ribbon just to feel more secure.

Are there are good DIY posts you've done or have seen? I'm going to do more of these because I had WAY too much fun! Let me know if you have any questions!

29 comments:

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    1. Thanks, your link didn't work but cute other posts!

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  2. Great Idea! :) xx

    http://fashionenvious.blogspot.pt/

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    1. Thanks Mariana, I am addicted now for sure..

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  3. Oh my goodness! I would never have thought you did that on your own! That is so cute and seriously I can see tons of outfits that would go great with! I'm very impressed, I'm in love with your blog!!

    .x

    Robby
    http://la-prive.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thanks Robby :) It looks really great with a plain black dress!! I almost wore it out Saturday but I was feeling a super busy and bright blouse instead... lol

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  4. Oh, woooow, this is just amazing. A real work of art.

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    1. Thanks La Lara, it's so easy to do!

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  5. This is such a great DIY project! Thanks for the tips :)

    Nicole
    www.younglovestyle.blogspot.com

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    1. No prob Nicole, try it out if you haven't already it's really simple to do once you get the groove. It just takes a little bit to get all the stones on...

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  6. Really nice ! Great tutorial !

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  7. This is amazing! Your bib necklace came out so pretty. I can't wait to try something like this.
    xo
    Tiffy
    http://www.CuteLA.com

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    1. Thanks Tiffy! I suggest trying it out, it's a really fun project and so worth it.

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  8. Loveeee these collars! So cute! :) Thanks for following me hun, just followed you. Lovely blog, really like it.

    http://www.cheritrendystyle.com

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  9. its creative ! i will try it. :)
    kisses!

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  10. Super creative and cute idea!! I def will need to try this when I get a chance <3!!!

    Please if you get a chance check my blog ^^ http://justemtonight.blogspot.ca

    Xoxo Em

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    1. Thank you Em, on my way now :D

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  11. Love this....am going to try it. thanks for sharing

    www.mywildmess.com

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    1. No problem, thanks for the comment Claudia

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  12. Love love love, I'm going to try this soon. Thank you so much for sharing this :)
    xx

    Maria Speaks Prada

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  13. LOVE this so much!!
    Thanks for the inspiration chick!

    Keep in touch
    sparkelmefree.blogspot.com

    Christine :)x

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    1. Absolutely, thank you Christine!

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  14. THis is amazing! Super cute and creative!

    http://www.FashSinCity.blogspot.com

    xoxo
    Angela

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  15. Saw a similar inspo. recently, love DIYs and yours came out so good!! Will def. try this soon:)

    myfashdiaries.blogspot.com/

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