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Geometric Leather Fringe Necklace DIY

 I love a good statement piece, especially to liven up a fall/winter outfit. Here's how I created this geometric inspired necklace..

Supplies: Leather, fabric paint, necklace chain, matching jewelry hoops. 
Pantry Supplies: Scissors, paint brush, jewelry pliers, Crop-A- Dile.

Begin by cutting out a large (2 1/2 in.), medium (2 in.), and small (1 1/2 in.) rectangle out of leather. // Paint a pattern onto each piece. I chose a geometric pattern using black and white fabric paint. // Once the paint is dry, fringe the ends with scissors. // To attach them together, punch a hole in each top corner with the Crop-A-Dile. Then, use the hoops to these holes and attach even lengths of chain between each hoop.

Hope you day is off to a lovely start.


  1. Love this simple DIY. Looks great.

  2. Love this! So simple and it turned out great!
    Almost Endearing

  3. You have no idea how much I adore that necklace! I'm going to have to remember this and try it out sometime. Thanks for sharing! :)


  4. Ahh Kinsey! You really do make the best DIY's :)

    Alli xx

  5. Great idea! I Love your blog so much and you have beautyful hairs *-*

    *my blog*

    xx, Anira

  6. The sad part is, I still haven't found the store that sells leather where I live. But I did find a leather skirt that is a tad too long, so maybe that will do!


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