Unleash your creativity with these DIY projects!
Everyone can’t seem to wait for the coming of Spring -- the season of music festivals where people get the chance to dress up and show off their personality. Along with wearing Bohemian and hippie wardrobe pieces, people love to accessorize as well. And what better way to showcase your personality by making DIY necklaces!
This week, we are sharing with you six of the best, and gorgeous Spring-inspired necklaces from the interwebs we think are music festival-worthy.
1. Hex Necklace
If you are in love with patterns and a burst of colors, make yourself this colorful Hex Necklace. Heidi Kenney of My Paper Crane wrote a very informative and easy-to-follow tutorial on this spring-inspired necklace. You can check it out on her blog.
2. Denim Flower Necklace
This tutorial was written almost five years ago, but denim is still on trend! If you love the casual beauty and 90s feel of denim, this flower necklace is for you. Sachiko of Tearosehome made an easy tutorial of this necklace here.
3. Flower Bib Necklace
This floral bib necklace is just so pretty! It’s perfect for the ladies who love statement necklaces. Aside from that, it’s very easy and cheap to make too. This floral bib necklace can make a solid-colored dress or top spring-ready. See how Sara Wilson made it on her blog.
4. Flower and Pearl Necklace
This necklace is perfect not only for music festivals but at formal events too! What’s cool about this is that you have the option to use real flowers. This style has been used as a customized accessory for bridesmaids. See how it’s done here.
5. Wire Flower Necklace
This necklace requires so few supplies that it’s one of the cheapest piece on this list. This wire flower necklace is a perfect blend of minimalism and bold style, something that would look quite expensive on a necklace display. I got to admit, this is my favorite on the list. See how Riva Juarez made it here.
6. Soldered Flower Necklace
Lastly, we have the soldered flower necklace. This piece requires some tools and skill; it’s an advanced DIY project. But because we find it so pretty and unique, we included it on the list. See how Lana Red made it on her blog.