Thursday, May 13, 2010

D.I.Y Lace Bracelet and Choker Necklace…….

DIY Lace Bracelet and Chocker Necklace

These lace Bracelets & Choker Necklaces are adorned with a vintage shoe buckles. They would be the sort of gift you would give to your friend and immediately ask to borrow! Aren’t they just lovely!!

Here’s what you’ll need:
Do it your self D.I.Y materials

 Pair of Scissors

 Lace hem facing, woven edge seam biding, black ribbon or silk

 A variety of vintage shoe buckles

 In my case all material used were vintage



How to put together:

securing laces and ribbons


 Cut desired Lace length for bracelet or Choker Necklace

 Fasten and secure lace ribbon on back of buckle by lifting up the latch then push down to secure lace.

 Make a bow tie then clamp shoe buckle from bottom of bow where ribbon hangs down.

 For the smaller buckle I Intertwined the black ribbon where you see fit so it comes out in same direction at each end.

White Lace with gold shoe buckle


black and gold shoe buckle lace necklace


Please note: Some brooches works better than others due to their unique designs, shapes and sizes. Also I did not use any glue in case I want to reuse the buckle for their original purpose and other future projects!

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Wouldn’t these be perfect for wedding themes or simply gifts to the bride maids! Or better yet you’ll have a whole year to treasure hunt and make them for mother’s day!

Hope that you have enjoyed and will have fun with this DIY. Until next time!
xoxo

31 comments:

Jesa said...

Very clever and Chic! :)

Cheers, Jesa

Passport Smiles said...

So creative. I really like the ring one. I hope you are okay in Nashville after the flooding!

Vinda Sonata said...

thanks for the inspiring tutorial! love all of them!

p.s. love your boots in the previous post. where did you get them? ^^

Meggstatus said...

The piece with a bow is so amazing. I may have to actually do this DIY and not just admire it. Heads up!

AnnaMoon said...

Bravo!!! Cool DIY!!!

The Buxom and The Beautiful said...

these are beautiful and remind me of the chokers I used to wear in the 90s.

Sarah Dee said...

These are so cute!!!

Sarah
theantiquepearl.blogspot.com

Bug said...

Oh, this is really neat. They are so pretty! I'm really inspired to make one. You made the instructions so easy to follow.


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kayleigh said...

these are beautiful, great job! x

a cat of impossible colour said...

So pretty!

daisychain said...

these are really beautiful

Helen [In Elegance] said...

Very elegant.

Breanne at Bella Vita said...

How pretty and creative!! I love them. I agree that I think they'd be fantastic as a bridesmaid gift!

**OnYxStA** said...

EEK! Can't wait to make mine!!

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melina bee said...
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melina bee said...

oh, thank you for this! I love victorian style chokers. My only problem is that I am severely allergic to base metals and would need to find a silver plated buckle : ( oh well, I guess these will have to be necklaces I do not get to borrow.

inge luciana said...

wow, it's very creative!! how did you get the idea? i also like do some DIY project, but my DIY is worse than yours. adore you... ^__^

xoxo, ingeluciana.blogspot.com

Darling L said...

Great! Thanks for sharing! :)

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Leproust Vintage said...

Such a creative DIY tutorial! I love how the finished product came out, and the fact that you didn't use any glue....it is such a versatile piece!

BTW, you look so stunning in the floral romper photos! The lighting in the photos is incredible as well!

Home business said...

Amazing! I'm so glad you posted. You are one creative person. Thanks for the idea.

A Whimsical Girl Named Debbie said...

What a beautiful tutorial! Love this idea, sweetie! Thank you! Hope you're having a blessed week!

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hannah and landon said...

Excellent tutorial! I've been having a bit of love affair with chokers lately and have made a few of my own though they are nowhere near as polished and lovely as these!
xo

Becky said...

Classy! I'm definitely going to make one!

S and O said...

oh I just love, love, love lace! thanks for sharing this DIY!
Happy weekend!

xoxo
Olivia

Chasing Cherries said...

What a cute lace bracelets

Cheryl Lynn said...

Very nice indeed. Wonderful gift ideas.

Have a great week.

Aya Smith said...

Amazing DIY, Fab! I love it :)

Love,
Aya ♥ StrawberryKoi.blogspot.com

Eyeliah said...

so simple! thanks :)

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CreativeKhadija said...

Beautiful choker & step by step tutorial. I really like it. Thanks for sharing!

I am featuring this on my blog with my choker DIY. Have a look here :
http://creativekhadija.com/2017/05/23-easy-tutorials-on-how-to-make-choker-necklace/

I hope you will like it.

Thank You
Khadija