DIY Choker Necklace with Pearl beads and Seed beads

Hello lovely readers! It’s been a while since we share you video tutorials last time, really sorry to let you wait for so many days. Today I’ll share you a new video tutorial on how to make a beautiful choker necklace, hope you like it.

DIY Choker Necklace with Pearl beads and Seed beads

You know, choker necklaces have been on trend for centuries, and they were only accessible to noble ladies and rich women in the past. But now, they are not so unreachable as before, any girl can have one if she wants. And we can even make one at home! If you want to make your own choker necklace, here is a video tutorial for your reference, enjoy it!

To make this elegant choker necklace, you’ll need:
2.0~3.0mm Honeydew Seed Beads
8mm Lavender Blush Pearl Beads
3~4mm Pink Pearl Beads
3mm Pink Seed Beads
2mm White Seed Beads
Tibetan Style Toggles
0.3mm Tiger Tail

Choker necklaces are popular not only because they are graceful, but also because they can well match girls’ daily outfits and make them eye-catching. If you want to be more charming, try a choker necklace!

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Cord Statement Necklace

Who doesn’t love a good statement necklace? I am, so I’m always trying to find new ways to make one! This time I used cord in 3 different colors. Read on to see how to make this DIY statement necklace!


Here are the materials I used for this statement necklace:
-cotton cord (rope) in 3 different colours
-magnetic clasp
-faux stone cabochon
-flat aluminium wire

Start by placing the cords the way you like. The two smaller pieces were the same length and I used the black one as the primary color. It’s hard to keep them in place so add a dab of glue between them to make it easier.


Then cut two pieces of your wire and use it to wrap the cords together so they stay together. You can wrap that wire with your hands, it’s very flexible. Just make sure to tack the ends nicely at the back using pliers.


Now glue the cabochon in the middle.


Finally you’ll need to glue the clasp. The ends of this cord fray easily so to be able to fit them in the clasp a good trick is to cover them with some tape first.


Glue them, let it dry and you are ready!


Now go ahead and wear your new necklace! Be happy!


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