DIY Woven Chain Collar Necklace

Earlier this month Lauren and I escaped city life with our dear friend Grace, of The Stripe, for a weekend chock-full of sun and DIY. With an abundant supply of rhinestone and brass curb chain, we decided to try weaving the components together to make our own collar necklaces. It was fun to see how wonderfully different the pieces turned out  – each so fabulous in their own unique way! Honestly, isn’t that the best part about DIYing with friends?

You’ll need:

Start by laying two pieces of curb chain side by side. Tie on 4 feet of embroidery floss into a double knot to the end of the left chain, leaving at least a foot of extra slack. Thread the floss through the top of the first link of the right chain.

Thread the floss under the first link on the left side and through the top of the 2nd link on the right side.

Continue this weaving pattern. I find it easy to hold the chains up together while threading the floss back and forth.

Tie a knot at the end. Alight a third piece of chain against the 2 woven chains. I chose to add a smaller piece here.

Using a different color flow, weave the floss around the first few links – again leaving about a foot of extra slack. Weave the chain into the necklace using the same technique.

Continue weaving and tie a knot at the end. Now align the rhinestone chain along the necklace.

Tie a knot onto the chain. Start wrapping the rhinestones onto the chain but going under the first joint of the rhinestone chain and over the top of the first curb chain link.

Keep the necklace curved while attaching the rhinestone chain. This will prevent the necklace from buckling. Depending on the size of the rhinestone chain compared to the chain, a few links may have to be skipped in order to maintain the shape of the necklace. Tie a knot at the end.

Cut several 2 feet strands of floss and thread them through the ends of the necklace. Tie a single knot. Repeat on the other side.

Your necklace is now adjustable and finished!!

Be sure to check out how Grace made a bolder version, using thick and coloful yarn, right this way!

(tutorial in collaboration with The Stripe; all images by HonestlyWTF)

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252 Comments

  1. what a great DIY! can’t wait to try it!
    ~ http://www.tinaciousme~

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  2. Gabrielle wrote:

    This is BEAUTIFUL!! So have to try it!

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  3. V. wrote:

    I am so doing this!! Looks amazing and is really easy to make

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  4. Hannah wrote:

    this is gorgeous! cant wait to try it out!

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  5. It’s perfection, you guys are freaking awesome!

    xoxo
    Fashion Agony blog

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  6. Giulia wrote:

    So cool and easy! I just have to find the material :/
    xoxo

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  7. rachael wrote:

    this is so pretty.. i have DIY skills but i always get caught up on the details!

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  8. patricia wrote:

    pretty necklace!!!
    kisses
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  9. Tabetha wrote:

    Just gorgeous! Love the idea of customizing colors & playing with different stitch lay outs– hmm…I sense a Christmas present project!

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  10. Danielle wrote:

    That necklace is amazing!! thanks for the tutorial 🙂

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  11. i love it!!!! i’ll try

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  12. This is stunning, I love the colours you have used. I really want to give this a go.

    Lotts x
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  13. nathalie wrote:

    I really want to make this one! What a great idea!!

    http://curls-and-bags.blogspot.com

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  14. OMG love it!! It’s amazing!

    Tarifa in http://cravingforbarneys.com

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  15. I love it! I have been wondering for a long time how to do it! Thanks a lot for the inspo!!!

    http://blog.miamarionette.com/

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  16. Candy wrote:

    O M Gosh. This is the most expensive looking DIY you’ve made by far! I truly do love this!!!

    xoxo
    Candy
    http://www.tayloranddemolish.com

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  17. Maxime wrote:

    Love this DIY, cause I’ve been looking for something like this for ages! Now all I need to do is find the chains and rhinestones.. and that may be hard to find in Belgium.
    Fingers crossed!

    http://lovethefashionlife.wordpress.com

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  18. This is soooo pretty and perfect for the Fall! Will try 🙂

    My jewelry blog: joliejouel.blogspot.com

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  19. Dana wrote:

    That’s amazing. Going on my list of must-do’s :-D.

    Thank you!!!

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  20. Lola wrote:

    Can you please write the length of each chain? it will make it much easier for me to make this beautiful necklace.
    Thanks!

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  21. ohbygolly wrote:

    Love this one! I never make jewelry but rather clothes so when I get your post it makes me want to try because you make it looks so easy.

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  22. Afayah wrote:

    I looked at both of the DIY’s and I really love how rugged you’ve kept yours with the strings at the back http://beautyjamaica.blogspot.com/

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  23. Wally wrote:

    I’m in love with this necklace !!! Definitely on my TO DO list :o))

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  24. Deryl Jenkins wrote:

    Oooo, so cute! On my to-do list thank you.

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  25. narola wrote:

    You girls are Ah-mazing!!!!!!! I just go BANANAS everytime I browse your website! Keep it Rocking!:-)

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  26. Cris wrote:

    I loved it!!!
    I’m posting looks from Los Angeles and fall accessories:

    http://www.thegavlaks.com

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  27. Nomadic D wrote:

    LOVE this. Trying soon.

    http://nomadic-d.blogspot.com/

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  28. Votre Amie wrote:

    Wow! LOVE THIS!!!!!! I don’t have an abundance of chains lying around, but if I did this is most definitely what I would be doing with them now!!!
    x
    http://www.iloveublank.blogspot.com

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  29. Jess wrote:

    So gorgeous!

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  30. Naturally, I love this diy just like all previous ones. I need to promise myself that I WILL do this one. Must. =)
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  31. It’s amazing how you make everything look possible and easy. thank you!

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  32. Aley wrote:

    This is so pretty. I wish I was this crafty : )

    xoxo aley

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  33. stunning piece!

    Bises,
    monkeyshines
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  34. Ah so beautiful.
    Ax

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  35. Fey wrote:

    LOve it! So chic 😉

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  36. Namrata wrote:

    Easily one of the best DIYs. So creative. Love it. Have a look at some of my DIY on my blog
    http://seasoncheck.blogspot.in/

    Taking inspiration everyday.

    N
    http://seasoncheck.blogspot.in/

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  37. Suus wrote:

    Great idea! Love the necklace

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  38. Xeana wrote:

    Wow! Excellent! Great DIY project!

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  39. Bianca wrote:

    That looks great! I love the gold with the yarn, perfect for the summer! http://www.shopperstherapy.blogspot.com

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  40. Michelle S wrote:

    YES YES YES. this is happening soon.

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  41. Comemoda wrote:

    It looks so cute! Amazing DIY

    XOXO,

    Comemoda

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  42. Tiffany wrote:

    This is so beautiful and so my style! Ahh!

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  43. Gina wrote:

    Love it!

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  44. Taylor wrote:

    This is so beautiful! I actually really want to do it. I love the peach and purple hints, with the gold, and the clasp. I’ve made a bracelet like this, not as pretty though.

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  45. Mona wrote:

    wow . . beautiful! great DIY…. especially when you’re in desperate need for a nice chic, chunky necklace. I know I have these materials hanging around my house!

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  46. Mallory wrote:

    Very feminine and pretty!

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  47. sarah wrote:

    akong did a collab with anthropologie this spring that included necklaces like this – I DIYed one with brass jump rings this summer, something I wouldn’t actually recommend. It was difficult and fiddly and took forever – yours looks easier and more fun to do. However, I did love the results. Check it out here, if you’re interested:

    http://pacificrain.blogspot.com/2012/06/diy-akongesque.html

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  48. Lola wrote:

    Arrrrrghhhh I NEEEED to try this! xx

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  49. Beautiful! As usual 🙂

    Collections

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  50. Emilie wrote:

    Such a great DIY – love the mix of textures with the chains. thread and rhinestones! I’ll definitely be trying it out myself 🙂
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  51. Gigi SHaw wrote:

    this is so great! quite simple but STATEMENT. I can’t wait to try it xxxxx

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  52. Tanya wrote:

    Looks gorgeous. Love it!

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  53. Olivia wrote:

    I love it! Might have to try this!

    go for the glam 

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  54. Britte wrote:

    Bonjour et Bravo ! Grand merci . Superbe. J’adhère totalement à la note de Maxime (Compatriote ! J’irai sur ton site), en Belgique nous éprouvons d’énormes difficultés pour trouver ce type de chaînes et, bien d’autres produits pour les “Loisirs Créatifs”.
    “…Croisons les doigts…” Maxime
    Sympathie
    Vi

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  55. Nataya wrote:

    turns out great! Really can make a look!
    Naty Ponders Style Blog

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  56. This is beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  57. Rachel wrote:

    I need to make this right away. Its beautiful.

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  58. Nadja wrote:

    OMG! what a great DIY! looks so awesome!

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  59. Mira wrote:

    Amazing DIY. I have to try that one!!! It´s so beautiful 😀

    glamDevils

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  60. Melmo wrote:

    Very pretty! I love this DIY!

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  61. Glòria wrote:

    Super cool the result! Amazing DIY! Thank you for sharing!
    Kisses from Spain!

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  62. Juliana wrote:

    This post reminds me I have so much crafting to do… Tons of your DIYs I haven’t tried yet!

    Love,
    Juliana

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  63. LINH wrote:

    Great tutorial as usual~ i really want to make this but so hard to find good affordable curb chain in NZ 🙁 http://www.linhbitesbeauty.com

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  64. Diane wrote:

    This is amazing, as are all of your DIY’s! Discovering the site has definitely made my summer more fun and chic! Question though, do you buy your chain online? I’m noticing that my local craft stores either don’t have it or it’s cheap and turns in a few weeks. Any suggestions?

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  65. Jessica wrote:

    What a great idea! I will absolutely be making this, thanks for sharing!

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  66. Catherine wrote:

    really nice idea 🙂

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  67. Mlo wrote:

    Great DYI – Just did it and it looks fab! Thank you for this indian-jewelry inspiration! One things that helps is put a little bit of glue on a couple of rhinestone to help the rhinestone chain to be properly positioned instead of looking towards one’s feet.

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  68. Nisha wrote:

    Where did you get the chain?

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  69. Mammu wrote:

    wow … How cool is that! 🙂

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  70. Carla wrote:

    Definitely will try it!!! You guys are amazing!
    xo
    Carla

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  71. Beverly wrote:

    This is on my “to do” list…absolutely AWESOME!!!!

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  72. Kristiina wrote:

    Love how this turned out. Very pretty.

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  73. joy wrote:

    absolutely love this tutorial — I will post a link to the outcome of my attempt. Thanks for this! Joy

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  74. Namrata wrote:

    Love this. Have a look at my DIY on
    http://seasoncheck.blogspot.in

    N
    http://seasoncheck.blogspot.in

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  75. Angela wrote:

    Oh waauw! That’s freaking awesome ♥ I love it

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  76. Michelle T wrote:

    Love the necklace. I have to make this. What size curb chain did you get?

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  77. Dana wrote:

    Love it! I looked everywhere for the rhinestone chain though and couldnt find one like this. Where did you get this from?

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  78. ihaveadeer wrote:

    This is amazing!
    I’m a crafter and a DIYer too!, check out my blog (:

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  79. Dolly wrote:

    Can you tell me the size curb chain you used and also the size of the rhinestones. It is very hard to determine be the photo. Thanks!

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  80. Stephanie Belk wrote:

    I just love this! Where did you find your curb chain? I started to attempt this project and my curb chain was not flat.. did not look very good at all.. Any information would be awesome! Thanks!

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  81. Marie wrote:

    I can’t find a 12mm curb chain or a 10mm one… Can you help me? I would really like to try this DIY!

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  82. This is a great DIY – I have rhinestones but couldn’t think of a great idea yet but this is fantastic!

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  83. Clara wrote:

    This is a very pretty DIY necklace!!! I try to do it 😉
    What is the exactly size of the chain at your link?? Thank you so much!!

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  84. Carolina wrote:

    I’m completely in love with this!! I started making it, but when adding the rhinestones chain, they are facing down instead of facing ‘forward’. Does anyone know how to make them face forward?
    Thank you! 🙂

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  85. Mimi wrote:

    What does the WTF stand for?

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  86. Aisha wrote:

    Omfg, this is sooooooo cute! I just found this website from another blog, & I’m totally freakin excited to try it .

    Thanks!

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  87. This is really awesome! The necklace looks great! I definitely have to try this DIY!

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  88. This is really awesome! The necklace looks great! I definitely have to try this DIY!

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  89. Kia Goosby wrote:

    Hi! I love this and I want to make it! What are the size of the curb chains?

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  90. Absolutely love this. Thanks for the tutorial – excited to try it!

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  91. LOVE IT !!!

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  92. I made it and it’s beautiful! Thanks!

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  93. marissa wrote:

    has anyone been able to find the chain? what is the chains width?

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  94. Candy wrote:

    wowo, what a beatiful necklace, I love it so much, and we produce all kinds of chains, but I never thoungt our chains would be like this, so amazing

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  95. Oh my, this is beautiful! I am definitely trying this. Thanks!

    xo

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  96. Lucy wrote:

    i saw something just like this at club monaco. So awesome

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  97. Boo wrote:

    Hi,
    What width of curb chain did you use to make this awesome neacklace?

    Thanks x

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  98. Divya N wrote:

    Love this…looks like a traditional gold necklace..buy DIYed

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  99. That is just beautiful.

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  100. Vedette wrote:

    I can’t seem to get it right because every time I tie up the two chains, they always end up being intertwined together.

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  101. Samantha wrote:

    What size curb chain did you use???

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    • Erica wrote:

      @Samantha, I used a curb chain that measured between 3-4mm wide.

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  102. Samantha wrote:

    Thank you. It is awesome and I intend to make it for myself now that all my Xmas projects are done!

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  103. The necklace is simply gorgeous. Thanks for sharing step by step of this DIY project.

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  104. Zoe wrote:

    in the link to curb chain you put above? which one is the one you chose?? can someone give me a link to a curb chain that would work to this? thanks!!!

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  105. syrious wrote:

    ok…you’re a GENIUS!!!!!
    love it!
    xoxo

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  106. Its really fantastic! thanks for sharing

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  107. Awesome idea. I’m pretty sure my gf will love this when I show it to her. She’ll begin working on something similar right away 🙂

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  108. Willi wrote:

    I like your version better! Love the colors.

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  109. Willi wrote:

    Sorry, didn’t finish my comment. I like your version better than commercially available necklaces!

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  110. Jane wrote:

    Which one of the curb chains did you use on the site metalliferous? Brass Curb Chain – 0.129″? Or? thanks!

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  111. Jane wrote:

    anyone knows the EXACT sizes of the chain? 10″ 12″ aren’t making much sense to me :-/

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  112. ar wrote:

    Just finished making one and added a beaded pendant from the bottom row. Instead of rhinestones, I used pearls that had a bit of sparkle incorporated into each bead.
    Luv this, thank you for all your fun DIY projects.

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  113. Oh God! What a great idea!! Can’t wait to try

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  114. Jenn P wrote:

    I loved this DIY! I adapted this to show off some howlite cabochons instead of the rhinestone chai though and used hemp cord for durability and braided the three strands. You can view it on my website http://www.sphinxfalcondesigns.com as the design called Scarabesque. 🙂 Thanks for posting such a versatile design!

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  115. Resa wrote:

    Thanks so much for the DIY! I tried it with thin rick-rack and it looks fantastic!

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  116. om my God!.. thats very beauty.. How much their price, that must be very expensive i think. right?

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  117. Violet wrote:

    This is so clever and so pretty, i am definitely going to make one of these.
    Thank you
    Violet x

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  118. L. wrote:

    this DIY is perfect!

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  119. Very clever!
    Style Doctors®

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  120. handbags wrote:

    that is wonderful

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  121. Morgan wrote:

    Kind of love this…

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  122. Libby wrote:

    This is beautiful! I am going to go home and make this!
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  123. Clare wrote:

    Does anyone know where I can get the materials for this? I am kinda dying to make this.

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  124. Paige wrote:

    Which size of rhinestones did you use?

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  125. Leenu wrote:

    Hi, I saw these pictures on another blog, got inspired and made something similar. I just today found out that this is the original post so I’m now referring to this post on my blog, hope that’s ok :))
    http://ticklishfingers.blogspot.com/2013/05/golden-chain-necklace-with-minty-accents.html

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  126. Omg I bought a similar one… When I could have made it!! dammit!!

    Loving your DIY

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  127. It is an awesome DIY. Simple and beautiful 🙂

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  128. ibeashop wrote:

    loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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  129. veronica wrote:

    This is so beautiful.I would love to make this.This is so simple and easy and beautiful.

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  130. Cat wrote:

    Has anyone figured out the size/ where the chain came from??

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  131. Nathalie wrote:

    great idea! the result is very pretty!

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  132. so pretty design i will elect this design on my sis wedding i copy this design thanks a lot for share here 🙂

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  133. Nika wrote:

    Can you please please tell me what exact chain this is?

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  134. Jennifer wrote:

    Seriously this is amazing 🙂 Gonna try it soon 🙂

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  135. Traditional and well crafted at the same time.

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  136. You make it look so easy! Love the necklace!

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  137. Amit wrote:

    Pretty necklace but i like originals…

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  138. Amy wrote:

    Gorgeous! I am definitely going to try this!

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  139. dmi wrote:

    Beautiful necklace to gift and to wear

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  140. Adrianna wrote:

    Love it! xx
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  141. Cleo wrote:

    I’ve done this DIY and I love the result it’s an amazing necklace!

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  142. Anna wrote:

    Thank you for very detailed instructions!
    Looks good :).

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  143. Zen wrote:

    Brilliant tutorial and very easy to learn. I will put this into practice 🙂

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  145. chelsea wrote:

    Does anyone know how to make the necklace lie flat? Mine keeps on buckling.

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  146. Alejandra wrote:

    WOW.

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  147. Jessy Alby wrote:

    it seems we will never buy necklaces if we learned to do these ourselves, I am just astounded.

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  148. wowwww

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  149. Navodovo wrote:

    Necklace looks wonderful. Very very good idea:D

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  150. Jane wrote:

    What a fab idea!! Gorgeous!

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  151. ningsih wrote:

    very nice handicrafts. At my place also in Indonesia, many jeweler but I have never come across such that there is in this picture, very nice.

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  152. M.Akram wrote:

    very nice tutorial lot of things to learn.Thanks

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  153. awesome!

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  154. Emily wrote:

    This is Really Amazing Game!!Thanks for sharing this post and i like to check your posts.
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  155. wowww very nice man <3

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  156. nice artigle .

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  157. EM Ind wrote:

    Great jewellery ideas! Unique stuff!

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  158. Amazing the jewellery on offer these days and how you can ad your own unique twist to them!

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  159. Tina wrote:

    This is SO adorable and seems fairly simple, thanks for all of the photos I can’t wait to try it =]

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  160. Marie wrote:

    Thanks for sharing, this is beautiful! I agree, the photo steps really make it seem more simple.

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  161. Very cool!! Thanks for sharing.

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  162. wew, they are very interesting to buy. i like it.

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  163. fluffkinsbeauty wrote:

    Wow im totaly making it

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  164. Maria wrote:

    What size Rhinestone was used anyone know?

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  165. nice article

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  166. Putas18 wrote:

    how interesting can be

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  167. 大都市不動産市場購入できる株式指数に戻って、10年前につれて、一般的な投資ルート近くに陥れてつまらなくて局、収蔵市場でだけであった少数のプレイヤー愛顧の時計を得た意図投資最近部分を資金ヘッジ甚だしきに至っては付加価値の市民愛顧。ロレックス スーパーコピー時計は自家用体現できる個人品位のほか、その投資の価値は侮れない。でも業界関係者は注意して、投資の時計の時とは思わないでくださいは徹底的に解決する過程のために、時計ヘッジ後続定期的なメンテナンスも1筆の支出節約できない、今時計(簡単機能)の平均メンテナンスの試算30年保養投入するが約6万元。また、別の時計サービスセンターの価格、メンテナンスプロジェクトも違うが、投資家はもっと気をつけ。 http://www.okakaku.com/Super-Copy-195.html

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  168. バセロンコンスタンチン(Vacheron Constantin)「花たゆう時光」時計芸術テーマ展が上海ヴァシュロン・コンスタンタンの家の開幕。バセロンコンスタンチンからジュネーヴ博物館の花卉芸術骨董表、金や最新の花の神殿シリーズの腕時計、Cartier時計コピー完璧な融合タブ工芸と花卉芸術表現タブ大師の好プレーとアイデアの夢。有名な時計収蔵下僕にさんも現場へ。 http://www.ooobrand.com/aq/index.html

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  169. 中国に進出して50年余りの日本シチズン会社、50歳の年に「ネット」、中国で控えめ起動時計ネット直販。1月24日、本紙記者からシチズン時計(中国)有限公司(略称シチズン」)によると、2007年の試運転の1段の時間後、IWC スーパーコピーシチズン中国でネット直販公式サイトが開通し、2008年には一層の発展。 http://www.ooobrand.com/ordermethod/index.html

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  170. 私は、私が私がどれくらいのスポーツ好きの言うことができるかどうかわからない。スポーツと腕時計:それらの2つのブラケットは、私がこれまでに持っていたと思いますあらゆる趣味を含みます。とマンチェスターの中心から20分で育ちました。パネライスーパーコピーサッカーの重要な歯のエスケープホイールにとって重要であると言っているように私に言います。しかし、私は、ブローヴァマンチェスターユナイテッドクラブウォッチについて聞いたとき、私は興奮よりも神経質でした。私はしばしば私の2つの大好きな分野の融合について疑問にふけっていました、私がどのようにアリゾナ・カージナルスロゴは、贅沢な腕時計のダイヤルの上で高級に見えさせる、というトロントメープルリーフスのバッジの可能性を考えてクラウンに愛国的な見えないのか不思議と国民の巻き毛の「w」またはkiddishにクールに見えますストラップにエンボス加工したならば?私は唯一の失敗は、大胆な生意気なスポーツのしるしとの組み合わせを待ち受けていたと推測しました、そして洗練された文化的な腕時計のデザインとした。しかし、ブローバ私が間違っていますか? http://www.eevance.com/tokei/zenith

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  171. は、コンスタンチンchaykinコンプトゥスの復活祭の時計のケースを模倣するサンクトペテルブルク、ロシアの聖イサク大聖堂のように、全体的な形状は、ドーム、柱廊、鐘塔とすべてのこの記念碑の大聖堂にマッチする色を選んであった。トップの上のギョーシェとゴールドエナメルで飾られたドームは、キリスト教徒のための復活のシンボルと一致するように卵の形状に成形する。4つのミニチュアの鐘塔、24柱構造の側の上のモザイク装飾とすべての他の小さいデザイン要素を考えて、元の建物に合わせて作られている。 http://www.newkakaku.com/cxb1.htm

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  172. faroi wrote:

    Great jewellery ideas. very interesting article, great list…

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  173. Nakkase wrote:

    Good jewellery ideas.

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  174. xDonne wrote:

    nice very nice article and photos <3 i like admin

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  175. hi,

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  176. This villa is appropriate for younger kids.

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  177. Jerry wrote:

    Nice pics.

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  178. Nice Necklece.

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