How to make a lace necklace

A statement necklace is an easy way to turn an average outfit into a fabulous one. These large necklaces, however, can be quite heavy, making for an uncomfortable day. With this DIY project, you get all the glam from a large necklace without the tugging.
Paired with some pearl beads and pink cord, this piece of jewelry is ultra feminine and pretty. Check the instructions and video to see how you can use doilies to dress up a go-to T-shirt and jeans. Don't forget to form the doilies into an asymmetrical shape as it gives the necklace the right amount of edge so it doesn't look too cutesy.
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Materials
- Doilies
- Scissors
- Needle
- Thread
- Pearl bead
- Pink cord
Instructions
1. Cut out three circles from the edge of a doily with scissors.
2. Cut out the center circle of a doily using scissors. This circle should be larger than the ones in the previous step.
3. Sew the doily circles together into an asymetrical shape using a needle and thread. Cut off excess thread with scissors.
4. Sew a pearl bead into the center of the larger doily circle using a needle and thread.
5. Cut off a section of pink cord long enough to go around your head easily and tie it to either end of the doily shape, securing it with knots.
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