DIY Lace Bib Necklace

May 22, 2011


First DIY post ever! I was browsing the jewelry section of Michael's last week when I saw these lace bibs on display and had the sudden creativity spark to make my own bib necklace. I don't know why I never thought about making my own jewelry especially since it's so easy and doesn't cost very much. The bibs came in two colors and I couldn't choose between the two, so of course I bought both. Plus the bibs have such a pretty detailing too. I don't have a step-by-step process, but hopefully you guys understand the basics.

xoxo

Supplies: black lace/crochet bib, white lace/crochet bib, black chain link, silver chain link, silver jump rings and silver lobster clasps. Oh and don't forgot pliers (not pictured).

The lace/crochet bibs that struck sudden inspiration.

Use jump rings to attach the chain link to the lace/crochet bib. Of course use only as much chain link as you need. Pliers are important to secure the jump rings.

Use a lobster clasp as a closure. Once again use jump rings to attach the lobster clasp to the chain link.

The finished bib necklaces. I love how they turned out and can't wait to wear them and especially see how I can style them.

10 comments :

  1. Wow! I looove this DIY, such a neat idea. The necklace turned out just perfect!

    Hope all is well :)


    xx,

    Bonnie

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  2. this is such a great diy! i love the white lace one!!

    <3 steffy
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  3. Wow, so creative! Thanks for posting! :)

    Xoxo,
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  4. this is such a good idea, i love them!

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  5. That looks brilliant. I think I will try to make necklaces like these myself.

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  6. They are very fashionable, I'm sure that people will go crazy with this trend of jewelry.
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  7. They are very fashionable, I'm sure that people will go crazy with this trend.

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  8. Wow! You have a knack for creating lovely and crafty necklaces and other accessories. I'm surely going to try to make my own bib necklace, but I'll surely ask for my jewelers Long Island friends' help.

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