Colorful buttons, when stuck through wires, chains or stitched to ribbons, make trendy necklaces that can be quite a head turner. A craft fanatic would not like to miss out on an opportunity to vent oodles of creativity by way of this fascinating project.
Dig your old jewelry trash or just snip an old floral dress for holding bright buttons together. You will be delighted with the vintage charm of your handmade button necklace.
The linked post gives you brilliant ideas of shiny necklaces using fire polish.
The comprehensive tutorial guides you on making a string necklace with multiple buttons, a crochet single button necklace and a brilliant bib necklace.
Beginners in crochet need not worry. The simple project needs basic crochet skills. Only the chain stitch is enough to create this adorable jewelry.
Buttons, zippers, ear studs and dainty crochet roses make this vintage button necklace one of a kind.
You can also make such beautiful fabric covered button necklaces as the above by gluing the desired fabric button arrangement on a cloth. Now cut along the edges of the button pattern, so that none of the cloth is visible from above. Now sew in a chain and your necklace is ready. A few of the buttons can have crochet flower embellishments for an added aesthetic appeal.
Here comes a button necklace masterpiece. Check out the varying sizes of buttons that nail a funky bib necklace look with aplomb.
You can also link a chain to a set of green Dorset buttons that have been threaded together in a design of your choice.
Instead of blue, for a stylish pearly glow, glass buttons in white can also be used for this understated necklace.
Buttons and beads glued to a sheet of felt cut in a shape of your choice form the basis of this enchanting neckpiece.
A great idea is to cut off a collar from an old dress and decorate it with assorted buttons in contrasting color. It adds a gorgeous look to your attire. Check out the DIY listed at number three in the linked post.
If you swear by old-world charm, you can thread intricate antique buttons to your necklace that will remind people of the good old days of yore.
In this project, a colorful red ribbon with white dots holds up the lovely floral buttons in layers. It is perfect for a little girl’s tender neck.
The linked post teaches you to make statement necklaces in three different patterns. One of them stitches the wooden buttons with an embroidery thread while another pastes buttons on a piece of thread. The last one creates a kaleidoscopic pendant with the buttons passing sideways into a thread or wire.
With such exciting ideas in your kitty, you are all geared for a style makeover that will make people sit up and notice. The boho-chic jewelry can be seamlessly teamed with casuals or party-wear.
Published on March 31st 2016 by Peyton Derrida