I know, I know… it’s been a while since my last DIY over here. That’s going to change (most likely in the New Year) but with the holidays and work craziness + general wackiness in my personal life, my creativity has been a bit sapped. That said, I still managed to get my act together for a series of DIY projects with my pals at iVillage. And today’s is this lovely little necklace (modeled after this project, but updated for holiday.)
Just go here for the full tutorial!
love this! couldnt tell those were wood rings, but looks great with the brass rings & that rich blue velvet… <3
what an AWESOME idea! love it!
That’s so pretty!
I love this – so pretty and perfect for the holidays!!
Oh Grace I love this!!! It looks soooo easy too!
This is such a pretty necklace! I love making jewelry so this might be someone’s Christmas gift!
yay glad you’re diy-ing again! love the velvet of this version– so luxurious!
This turned out so cute!! Love it!
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So pretty and perfect for holiday parties! I love rich navy blue especially in lush textures like velvet.
Love this! I’m trying to recreate it but I’m having a hard time finding the wooden rings – any source suggestions? Thanks!
Wow this necklace is absolutely stunning. Love it. Great job.
I wish you a wonderful day.
I love this DIY, and I’m glad to hear there will be more soon.
This is amazing and looks so fancy. I def want to try it out. Thanks for posting!
Love it <33333
This looks like it s right fm the runway!! 🙂
This is such a great idea! What a statement piece. I love velvet, I’ll be sure to attempt making one of these, thank you!
Bought a roll of velvet for my DIY tutorials blog, now I know what to do with the rest of the velevt 😉
Gorrrrrgeous! It looks like the full tutorial link you posted no longer works, and I couldn’t find it by searching their site. Any chance you could post the tutorial here, as well? Also, sources for those beautiful rings would be much appreciated, if you have them 🙂
I know, it’s such a bummer because iVillage took the link down! Unfortunately the tutorial is so old that I don’t have the photos anymore. :-/ And the wooden rings came from a craft supply shop in New York (NY Beads.) I’m sorry I can’t be more helpful; I really should delete this post! x