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Stunning Jewel Stone Necklace

Create a conversation-starting DIY necklace with this Stunning Jewel Stone Necklace. Dripping in glitter and gemstones, this necklace will take your plain outfit from drab to fab. Follow this step-by-step tutorial to create your one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry. It's a fantastic necklace that proves that there can never be too sparkle.  Everyone will be asking where on earth you got such a glamorous accessory, and they'll be extremely impressed when you tell them you made it yourself.

Stunning Jewel Stone Necklace


  • Aleene’s Super Thick Tacky Glue
  • Tulip Fashion glitter orange
  • Tulip Fashion glitter bond
  • Tulip Glam-it-up iron on crystals
  • Spellbinders die cutting machine
  • Jewel Stone dies by Julianna Hudgins
  • Royal Langnickel engraving art copper foil
  • WigJig Olympus
  • Artistic wire bare copper wire 18G
  • Copper wire mesh


  1. Using your Spellbinders Grand Caliber Die Cutting Machine.

    Stunning Jewel Stone Necklace
  2. Cut and Emboss Jewel Stone dies out of Royal Langnickel Engraving Art Copper Foil. Sand each piece using fine sandpaper to expose copper color on foil. Adhere two of the same stones together using Aleene’s Super Thick Tacky Glue so front and back sides are finished. See finished image for total quantity and shape of stones used for this project.
  3. Using the Glitter sponge applicator spread Tulip Glitter Fashion Glue between embossed areas of stones and sprinkle Tulip Fashion Glitter. Embed gemstones into glitter while still wet. Add extra Glitter Glue to bottoms of gemstones if needed.
  4. Using your Wigjig Olympus Jig, create random patterns to attach pieces together. Add Artistic Wire Mesh at ends of finished pieces and tie together to create a choker type necklace.

    Stunning Jewel Stone Necklace

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The only saving of this tutorial is that it is free. To make this necklace one has to purchase at least a $100. machine and die set-up. The instructions are vague at best. I find this is more a commercial for the products than a tutorial.


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