Apr 4, 2012

Tribal Necklace DIY

Like previosly stated, this weekend I found a great new craft supplie! Parachute cord! You will defenitly be seeing me use way more of that! In this DIY it is combined with my passion for the hardware store! (hence the clamp rings)


For this necklace all you need is:
5 meters of cord, some embroderyfloss in the colors you like, two julmprings, a lock and 15mm wide clamp rings from the hardware store.


Such a great result for so little effort! love it!

20 comments:

  1. Il est magnifiquement bien porté...
    Gros bisous

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  2. This looks so wonderful!!!!

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  3. Hey ! thanks for your comment

    what a great DIY, pretty colors !

    www.tripsandtreasures.net
    new outfit post

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  4. wow you have some nice DIYs here! :)

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  5. "clamp rings" are what? electrical, plumbing . . . ?

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    1. Hi Hun..

      Well to be 100% sure i dont know.. i just walk around in the hardware store and grab things that look cool, and that i think i can use.. But i think these are used to fuse pipes, so pluming i guess...

      love K

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  6. Thank you so much for this tutorial! I have reblogged it here: http://kiertoidea.blogspot.fi/2012/06/melkein-afrikkalainen-rannekoru-almost.html

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  7. Very cool! Where did you find the parachute cord?!

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  8. hi girl!! I was searching for a DIY like this 'cause i'm going to make one for my blog :) It's about DIY too so i wait your visit! ps i follow since a few time!! kisses!!

    http://itsmellslikeateenspirit.blogspot.com.es/

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  9. Thanks for the inspiration. I made one from old lanyards and used wire instead of the clamp rings! :-)

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  10. I think this looks stunning....

    I will apologise now for (attempting to) pinch the idea and make some of these.

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  11. I love this....I just started learning to make my own jewellery (which hopefully I'll start selling soon)

    I apologise, but I just have to pinch this idea!! - forgive me!

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  12. Just stunning! Love the combination of the hardware components with the thread wrapping.

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  13. Is the 5 meter measurement correct? For me, 5 meters looks much smaller than your picture and the 15 mm rings just roll all around the cord.????? Thanks!

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  14. Cool idea! I may try to make a bracelet like this! Thanks :)

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