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Get on the padlock jewelry trend for fall with this easy dollar store brass lock jewelry diy. Add metal charms and rhinestones and rock the runway!

Step 1: Watch the Video Tutorial

Step 2: You'll Need

You'll Need

Chain

E-6000 Glue

Metal charms

Tiny brass locks

Jump rings

Lobster Claw

Pliers

Toothpicks

Stick on rhinestones

Step 3: Assemble the Pieces

Cut 4 pieces of chain to fit around your neck

Attach them to the lock and add jump rings and a closure at the back to create your choker

Add jump rings and earring wires to the keys to create earrings

Step 4: Add the Charms

Add jump rings and wires to create earrings with the tiny locks

Using a small bit of E-6000, glue on your small metal charms and let dry

Step 5: Add Rhinestones

Add rhinestone trim to the edges of the locks for some extra sparkle

<p>thanks so much for the tips; it helps a lot in my sculpture process</p>
<p>Woah, I would never have guessed that locks might become such beautiful jewelry :) the silver and golden chains go together perfectly! One thing though - aren't the lock earrings too heavy for your ears?</p>
Hey Daniel, these were pretty small and quite light.
<p>nice</p>
<p>Awesome! Gold and silver colours together! So, who wears the key earrings and pendant? ;-)</p>
<p>That would be my assistant.</p>
<p>wow</p>
<p>:)</p>
<p>They look awesome :)</p>
<p>Thanks Passion!</p>
<p>Nice designs. I'm glad to see you used a separate closure for fastening the neck chain together. Using the lock itself as a fastener is potentially very dangerous and would create a real danger of choking or hanging if the chain gets caught on something.</p>
<p>I never thought of that! Great point.</p>

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