Monday, March 10, 2014

DIY Color Blocked Necklace

It's the 10th day of the month and we have another fun blog hop today!  This month's theme is PASTEL and there are a bunch of pretty spring projects being shared! This begins our 11th month with this collaboration. We've had so much fun with it the past 10 months, we've decided to do another 10 months. If you've missed any of the past posts, please check them out!
 
Our project this month is a...
DIY Color Blocked Necklace
 




SUPPLIES:
• 1" beads
• jute, ribbon or string
• acrylic paint
• satin finish
• painter's tape
 

 
 
Tape half of your beads off and paint the other half. We stuck q-tips inside the wood beads to make painting easier. Once they're completely dry, apply a coat of the satin finish and when that's dry, string the beads onto your ribbon or jute. 
 
 
 
Then you have a pretty new Necklace for Spring!


Now on to the extra fun part... the blog hop!
We'd love for you to pin the collage below and then go see all the pretty PASTEL projects by our friends.

Pastel Spring projects and recipes


From top left, moving down row by row:

Cadbury Mini Egg Cookie Dough Brownie by Capturing Joy with Kristen Duke
Yummy Spring Cookies + Cute Printable Tag by Thirty Handmade Days
Easy Burlap Easter Bunnies by Landeelu
Friendship Gift Tags by Simply Kierste
Easter Egg Cookies by Two Twenty One
Spring Easter Egg Sign Decor by Lolly Jane
DIY Color Blocked Necklace by Eighteen25
Polaroid Spring Banner by Little Miss Momma
Frozen Lemon Dessert by Your Homebased Mom
Patchwork Easter Egg Craft by Or So She Says


8 comments:

  1. You would make an adorable easy necklace with a big statement! LOVE it!!

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  2. Such a fun and easy project, love it! Pinning!

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  3. Super cute girls! And ease to the ease! My daughter would love this project. Love it!

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  4. beautifully simple and easy. love it!

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  5. This is so cute! I love the color block trend.

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  6. This is seriously easy enough a craft-challenged person (i.e. ME) could do it!

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  7. My girls would LOVE making these! Such a fun idea!

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