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Interchangeable Fabric Flower Necklace

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This necklace project from Ann Butler is unique--you can change out the flower whenever you want, so you'll have a new necklace every time you wear it! Learn how to make jewelry using Sizzix dies and Velcro with this tutorial.

Changeable Necklace

Materials:

  • VELCRO Brand Sticky Back Adhesives
  • Sizzix Big Shot
  • Sizzix Fresh Vintage Fringe Flower Die
  • Beacon Stiffen Stuff
  • Darice Ribbon Necklace
  • Bail Mount
  • A Brad

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Instructions:

  1. Cut 6 layers of fabric. I used Halloween Fabric.
     
  2. Put all 18 layers through brad.
     
  3. Close Brad up in the back, then saturate the fabric flower with Beacon Stiffen Stuff.
     
  4. Fluff up flower on top side and let dry, occasionally re-fluffing as needed.
     
  5. When the flower is dry, attach Velcro Brand Sticky Back Adhesive to the back of the flower and one side of the bail.
     
  6. Slide bail onto Darice Ribbon Necklace.
     
  7. Place the flower onto the bail.
     
  8. Remember to make several flowers so you can change them out on the necklace as desired.

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