Update: reposted the tutorial below!
“Bib” necklaces are all the rage, are they not? Yeah I’m kind of behind the times, I’m sure. Anywho-I found some of this vinyl stuff in the remnant bin at Joann’s-in a lovely shade of mustard…so of course it hopped into the cart and came home with me, destined to become a necklace.
Well, not at first…I wasn’t sure what to use it for, but I love wearing this shade of yellow….so put 2 and 2 together, you get…..a necklace! (oh, and 4.)
So I decided to make a quick and easy necklace.
What you’ll need:
some vinyl (or felt would be cute, too!)
jewelry findings (chain, clasp, jump rings…or an old necklace you’re willing to cut in half)
glue (I used E-600 glue for the vinyl)
So first off, cut a bunch of circles or another shape from your vinyl. I used my Go Baby cutter.
Then draw a bib-esque, banana-esque shape…whatever you want to call it. Then I cut it out and adjusted a bit til I liked the shape.
just for fun…a little blurry-but-cute outtake from our Emma dress photo shoot. aww, melt my heart.