Monogram Jewelry Box and Statement Necklace

Monogram Jewelry Box and Statement Necklace

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The Best Blogger Craft Ideas 2014Visit Amy at One Artsy Mama.

Make a beautiful piece of jewelry and a dazzling gift box with this Monogram Jewelry Box and Statement Necklace tutorial. This set is the perfect gift for your friend, sister, or cousin. Since this DIY tassel necklace is so chic and versatile, it works with practically any wardrobe. As if a handmade accessory wasn't personal enough, you can put this one-of-a-kind necklace in a monogrammed gift box. Learn how to make a jewelry box with rhinestone edging on the top. It's a delightful detail worthy of your fabulous friend.

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Monogram Jewelry Box and Statement Necklace


  • Plaid Mod Podge Gloss
  • Plaid sponge brush
  • Plaid Martha Stewart monogram stencil
  • Plaid Martha Stewart fine silver glitter
  • Krylon round box
  • Krylon aqua spray paint
  • Darice David Tutera adhesive rhinestone sheet
  • Leather cord
  • Darice tassel
  • Darice beads
  • Scissors
  • Eye pin
  • Jump ring
  • Needlenose pliers
  • Wire cutters


Monogram Jewelry Box

  1. Spray paint box using several light coats of Krylon aqua spray paint. Let dry.
  2. Trim rhinestone sheet and adhere to edge of the lid.
  3. Place a monogram adhesive stencil on the lid and apply Mod Podge to the letter.
  4. Remove the stencil, then sprinkle fine glitter onto the Mod Podge. Shake off excess.

Statement Necklace

  1. Place small silver bead and round rhinestone bead on an eye pin. Create wire loop at top of pin.
  2. Attach eye pin to aqua tassel.
  3. Attach jump ring to other end of the eye pin.
  4. Place rhinestone and tassel accent on leather cord. Tie a knot above the accent.
  5. Tie a knot in each side of leather cord. Place a small bead above each knot.
  6. Tie a knot on each side of the cord above the small beads.
  7. Knot leather cord at the top.

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I love this project. Its step by step tutorial is so handy. This makes such a cute gift for my sister's engagement party. The round box is so vintage.


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