Do It Yourself-Organic Necklace





Introduction: Do It Yourself-Organic Necklace

About: My name is Rebeka, I'm a hungarian girl from Transylvania, I like interesting and unique things, I'm passionate about creating accessories like jewelry and many other things.

This is my first creation of organic necklace, I'm very confident that many of you will like it and try it on your own.

Step 1: First Step- Two Wooden Sticks

Taking two wooden sticks, one of them must be more then the half of the other one.

Step 2: Step 2 - Boiling

Boiling the sticks in hot water for almost ten minutes.

Step 3: Step 3- Shape

After the sticks became soft ,I introduced them in a smaller pot for an hour in order to get a round shape .

Step 4: Step 4 - Round Shape

After that i introduced it in a kitchen grated to get a more expressive round shape but it can be introduced in almost anything that has a round shape.

Step 5: Step 5- Sticking

I glued it both of the ends of the sticks.

Step 6: Step 6- Fixation

I taped both of the ends to be more resistant.

Step 7: Step 7 - Leather Ends

I hide the ends with leather fabric.

Step 8: Step 8- Leather in the Middle

Making a whole on the both of the ends and one in the middle.

Step 9: Step 9- the Third Stick

I introduce a stick in the middle.

Step 10: Step 10- the Leather Shape and the Chain

I crafted a piece of leather fabric , glued to the sticks and on the both ends of the stick i introduced a necklace chain.

Step 11: Step 11- the Result

The final result.



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    15 Discussions

    A striking-looking design from such simple materials!

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    Thanks, I love to use wooden materials in jewelry making ,the wood is a very colorful material.

    Great necklace! I want to do one and embellish it with alpaca fiber. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for loving it, I'm sure it will be a beautiful one.

    Great job! I love how all the sticks interact in such a simple yet complex design.

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