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Finally finished this little gem today. It seems the smallest projects take the longest to finish these days.
This project is super easy to recreate! All you need is an old frame (try your local flea market and garage sales), some sand paper, and your favorite color paint.
This hardware chain necklace was a fun little DIY project. All you need is 2 feet of industrial chain and your favorite yarn.
1. Tie three 2ft pieces of yarn to one end of the chain.
2. Braid and secure to the other end of the chain.
3. Tie two pieces of 5ft long yarn to one end of the chain, close to where the braid is secured.
4. Begin to wrap the yarn through each link of the chain. Secure at other end of the chain.
5. To hide exposed knots, wrap each end of the chain with a single piece of yarn and secure.
Here is a little ol’ tutorial to repair your old TOMS shoes.
2. Cover the front panel of your TOMS with the fabric adhesive. The adhesive sheets I used were two sided, so it was easy to cover the toe box and trim the excess. You will need to use part of the excess adhesive to cover the entire front panel.
3. Trim a triangle of fabric, enough to cover the entire toe box. Apply the fabric, beginning at the sides and working your way to the front. When you get to the front, pleat the fabric and secure with a small square of the adhesive sheet. Put on your shoe and press fabric firmly.
I was taking a gander at iSpyDIY‘s site and came across these inspiring ideas for a DIY rope necklace.