Make your own Pom necklace!

Make your own Pom necklace!

Pom-pom necklaces!

I saw these beauties on Pinterest and really wanted to make them. The flower tutorial is very simple and you can find the inspiration for making these single necklaces here too.

Since I have had zero luck finding a tutorial on actually putting the necklaces together. I self-taught myself (it is actually quite simple) how to put some chains together.

Materials needed (for the whole project):

Glue gun

Material

Felt

Chain

Clasps and spring rings (often come together)

2 Pliers (smaller the better)

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Step One: Buy any package of chain form your local craft store as well as the other materials

I chose a thin gold fashion chain because I like to mix it up with gold every once in awhile. Because of this, I made sure my spring rings (those tiny circles) were less than 7mm to fit through the holes of the chain

Step 2: Create your flower (s)

Step 3: Cut a tiny hole, using a needle or another tiny sharp object through the felt circle base you used for your pom pom flower near the top, as a pendant would be.

Step 4: Using your pliers, hold one side of the spring ring in one hand and use the other pair of pliers to pry a small opening so you can attach it through the hole in your felt. Once you have done this, set aside your pom pom pendant

Step 5: Create your necklace:

a. Using pliers, cut the chain to your preferred size (I created 16 inch necklaces). It should snap off easily.

b. As shown below and as you did with the spring ring for the pendant open another spring ring and push it through a hole in the necklace. This step may take a few tries to get the hang of.

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c. Close the spring ring using your pliers.

d. Attach a 3rd spring ring now to the other side of the chain and attatch the clasp prior to closing this final sprng ring.

e. Slide your pendant through and voila! Enjoy you new crafty, chic, and cheap necklace!

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By | 2011-12-04T15:51:09+00:00 December 4th, 2011|Uncategorized|0 Comments

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