Monday, November 25, 2013

Chevron Domino Necklace

It's that time of year when we always seem to need a little gift for someone like teachers, hostess, group gift exchanges, hair stylist, stocking stuffers, etc.

I always try to have extra items that I've bought around just for when these times come up.

This year I decided to get ahead in the game and made up a few Chevron Domino Necklaces.

They were super simple because instead of measuring and cutting paper for the top, I used ribbon.

I did the ribbon the same way as paper, mod-podged it on and then added Dimensional Magic and a bail to the back.

I forgot to take a picture of it, but I even bought little burlap bags (I found at Hobby Lobby) for the burlap ribbon necklace.

Okay, bring on the last minute gifts, I'm ready!

Have an awesome Monday!

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Cranberry Morning said...

Those are cute, Terri! I actually bought some plastic dominoes at GoodWill about a year ago because of you. lol And you will be surprised to hear that I DID actually make a few necklaces out of them. Your post today is a good reminder to GET BUSY!! :-)

Nici @ Posed Perfection said...

These are absolutely darling! So clever! I'd love for you to link these up to our All Things Thursday Blog Hop if you get a chance. Hope to see you there!

Julia Nyanyo said...

These are lovely, and what a versatile idea, the options are endless. Thanks for the great inspiration!

The Minis said...

This is just ADORABLE, and I am a sucker for anything chevron print. I love it, and it caught my eye at the Tatertots & Jello party--I had to stop by!

I would love it if you stopped by our Facebook page, and said "hello!"

Your fan,
~Cathy Mini

Katy @ Lolly Linens said...

These are adorable and to think of the possibilities!

Amber L. said...

I love them :)

made by ChrissieD said...

Great pieces, I hadn't heard of these 'dimensional' products before but now I've bought myself some to try, thanks :D

Steph @ Three Loud Kids! said...

These are really cool, I bet my daughter would love to help make these!

Steph @ Three Loud Kids! said...

These are really cool, I bet my daughter would love to help make these!

Jennifer Dawn Oliver Shelton said...

Such a simple and fun idea! I'd love for you to share this at my weekly link party. Hope to see you there!