DIY Crystal Bib Necklace

DIY Embellished Bib Necklace

Last time I used PVC plastic when DIYing, I was collaborating with Sara’s Henna and made a Henna’d Bib Necklace. This time I thought I’d go for a more dramatic look and the results were even better than I expected. Taking inspiration from brands such as Swarovski and Shourouk, this DIY is a perfect cheats version of a statement chunky Hollywood-worthy jewel necklace.

Crystal Bib Necklace closeup

What you need:

  • PVC Plastic
  • 5 types of flat-based crystals (I used a mix of blue, matte silver, clear and black)
  • Gunmetal chain – cut into 2 lengths
  • 3 Jump rings
  • 1 Lobster Clasp
  • Contact Adhesive
  • Scissors
  • Bradawl

Crystal Bib Necklace materials

How to:

  1. Using a marker pen, draw out the below outline of the bib necklace on the PVC and cut it out with a pair of scissors. The bend in the necklace should fit neatly around your neck.Crystal Bib Necklace outline
  2. Using the contact adhesive, glue the flat-based crystals onto the PVC. Mix up the clusters using all the different types of crystals. Leave to dry.Crystal Bib Necklace glued
  3. Using a sharp bradawl, poke two holes in either end of the bib. Hook a jump ring through each hole and attach each to a length of chain.Crystal Bib Necklace details
  4. Attach the remaining two jump rings to the ends of the chains and add the lobster clasp to one of those jump rings.

Crystal Bib Necklace complete

This bib necklace is a perfect contrasting accessory to wear over a buttoned shirt or make a statement with a LBD. Chic, elegant and eye-catching…not to mention incredibly quick and easy, you’d be mad not to try this DIY for yourself!

Crystal Bib Necklace portrait

Happy DIYing!

xoxo  V.


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