You will need:
60 inches of 5/8 in ribbon
15 (3/8 in) washers
24 (5/16 in) washers
Spray paint (optional)
(Washer and Ribbon Necklace) For a long time I have been shy about dressed in declaration jewelers. I have invisible behind my delicate stores with small pendants, scared that declaration pendants would only highlight my too shy self. But there has been a modification within myself that has happened over in recent decades. I have come into my own, I feel so assured and satisfied in my own skin and I love who and where I am right now. I don’t mind making a declaration now, in reality I love it! And what better way to create a declaration than with a DIY pendant. Dimensions and shades are completely customize-able and the choices limitless.
I select to create my washers a fun great shade, so I then applied one cover one the top side part. One part of the appliance will be bright and one part will be flat. It does not issue which you select to use as the “front” part, just be certain that you pay interest and keep them all the same.
Simple tutorial to make Washer and Ribbon Necklace:
Thread your ribbons up through appliance #1, making enough ribbons on the end to tie the pendant when it’s completed.
Thread the ribbons down through the top of appliance #2.
Thread the ribbons returning down through appliance #1.
Pull the ribbons limited, so appliance #2 is resting smooth on top of appliance #1.
Thread the ribbons returning up through appliance #2.
Repeat actions 2 through 5 for each extra appliance. Once you’ve threaded all your units onto the ribbons, tie the two finishes of the ribbons together and cut off the unwanted. Finished! Simple, right?
Wear it on its own or layer it with other necklaces for a fun and trendy look.