Chunky Charm Necklace

DIY Chunky Charm Necklace

Sometimes jewellery isn’t simply about rounding off an outfit or simply “bringing it all together”, rather it is the highlight; the show-stopper; the wow factor. Taking inspiration from the 90s retro, cute-chic trend that can be seen on (very) fashionable streets, this necklace is both simple to make and a real winner in the jewellery stakes.

Chunky Charm Necklace_8

What you need:

  • Chunky gold chain
  • Chunky red chain
  • Purple Chain
  • Blue Chain
  • Mix of charms & pendants (lips, hearts, cherries, stars, coins etc)
  • Large gold jump rings
  • Gold spring clasp

Chunky Charm Necklace_1

How to:

  1. Measure out how long you want your necklace (ideally it should sit just below the base of your neck) and cut the gold chain this length. Connect the red, purple and blue chain one end of the gold chain.
    Chunky Charm Necklace_2
  2. Wrap and twist all the chains around each other till you get to the other end of the gold chain and connect the ends of the red, purple and blue chain all together. Cut any slack.
    Chunky Charm Necklace_3
  3. Using the jump rings, attach all the charms and pendants at random along the necklace.
    Chunky Charm Necklace_4
  4. Attach the spring clasp to the ends of the necklace using the gold jump rings.
    Chunky Charm Necklace_5
  5. Make sure all pendants and charms are facing forward and lying flat.

Chunky Charm Necklace_6

I’m loving the unconventional, “so bad it’s good”, over the top, retro feel of this necklace. This show-stopper is eye-catching enough that it works best with neutral colours, a monochrome outfit or classic denim, as demonstrated below. The pop of colours and textures guarantees this necklace getting all the attention and I am loving it.

Chunky Charm Necklace_7

Happy DIYing!

xoxo    V.


One thought on “DIY Chunky Charm Necklace

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s