If I Can Do It, You Can DIY It!

I am a pack rat when it comes to old jewelry…I do not easily discard.  There are some pieces I still have from my 20s!  Last weekend, I was in a cabinet and came across  seashells gathered at the Texas Coast on a family trip several years ago.  I had done nothing with the shells…but I started thinking about necklaces I have recently seen on the blogs and in some stores.  My creative juices were running wild.

A drill, some leather strips from MICHAELS, old necklaces not worn that often, and the shells provided for an easy accessory update.  I simply drilled a hole in the top of the shell, ran a leather strip (this packet offered a white, bronze or gold selection) through the shell and simply tied it to the necklace.  VIOLA…easy, so easy!!

Now, have fun with your shells everyone!!
Then have a fabulous day! 





17 Comments

  1. Pam I love your idea, how beautiful!! What kind of tool is it that keeps the shells from cracking (not very handy)!!

    Please come and enter my giveaway from Segreto Finishes!
    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

  2. Very impressive Pam! I always collect shells and pebbles whenever I go to the beach – most of them are in the plant pots on my balcony though so not really fit to wear around my neck!

  3. What fun! I have a plate of shells nearby from a trip to the beach once upon a time, but I don't think I would've thought to integrate them into a necklace. Delightful idea!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.