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This unique and versatile necklace can be made with washers or similarly shaped beads, and the ribbon can be easily changed to match different outfits. You can use ...
For this project I used some funky beads that I bought at a sale from Jo-Anne's some time ago. You could use similar beads, or washers from a ...
Tie a basic knot around the outer edge of your first bead. Be sure you have 13-16" of ribbon sticking out. The side that the knot is on ...
Take your second bead, and put it directly underneath the first one so that they are overlapping, and weave the much longer length of ribbon up through both ...
Keeping the ribbon very flat, loop it around both beads, and then down through the center of the first bead
Tie your second piece in place, making sure the knot is on the back. It should be on the same side as your first knot. Repeat steps 3-5 ...
When you're all finished, your necklace should look something like this in the back. Each piece fits securely, but if you decide to swap out your ribbons for ...
Tie a big old bow off to the side, trim off the ends until you're satisfied with how it looks, and walk around looking fabulous.
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