[DIY] Flower Choker

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HI GUYS! I thought I’d do a diy post because I always love coming up with ways to make my own things and make my own adjustments. Especially soon as I have little money and this latest diy cost me £1.50 altogether!

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All you need: some of this lacey-stuff, an old necklace/a catch and hooks, matching thread, needle.
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This is so so easy, honestly! All I did to make this was grab some of this flower lace-stuff from my local market for £1.50 (which is a bit of a rip off). Anyway, then I raided my jewellery box for a necklace/bracelet I didn’t use. In there I found the necklace above that I was given from someone aaages ago from a huge box of jewellery they didn’t want. It’s pretty but I never wear it so I ripped off the catch and the other end. Using some cream thread I own, I simply sewed it on each side. There was no ‘right side’ ‘wrong side’ because the flowers turn over and they’re the same both sides. I also really liked the look of the catch, because it’s kind of interesting.
The reason I love this so much is because it’s easy and flexible. You could grab any of this lacey-stuff and do the same thing.

What do you guys think? Are you big DIY-ers? Do you like this one? What are you reading?

Tilly Currer is a teenage book geek living in England where she spends her time inside reading because of the abysmal weather. Sometimes, she gets to sit in the sun and read--those are good days. She enjoys strong heroines and hot men, especially werewolves. Fangirling with her friends is one of her favourite hobbies. Comment, tweet, she loves chatting about books and giving/receiving book recs. Paranormal Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Romance, YA, are a few of her favourite things!

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