Coins used to be displayed around citizens' necks in past civilizations. It was a convenient way to keep their money close. Now you can too can where these coins but in a decorative way. Ancient coins make unique, stylish jewelry and are sure to be a conversation starter.
- Embroidery floss, macramé string, or other string
- Coin w/ hole (can be purchased for about $1 online or a local coin shop)
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Cut about a 2 ft piece of string depending on your neck size.
Tie a sliding knot on your string. (If needed, use "How To Make a Sliding Knot" on YouTube.)
Insert the string opposite the knot through the coin's hole. This will create a loop.
Pull the sliding knot through the loop to attach the coin to the necklace.
Step 5: Ancient Coin Necklace
Now it's time to go where your unique necklace! You can even make more and give them to friends, family, and neighbors. Everyone will love them!