DIY necklace-Wear your possibilities around your neck!

I constantly keep finding myself in awful situations and in order to cope I need to keep reminding myself that it is not the end of the world and there is a possibility of great days awaiting me.

To keep myself reminded and hopeful, I came up with an idea to wear the possibilities around my neck! You can perform this DIY too by following few simple steps and own a super cute necklace.

What you’ll need:

  • Silver, flexible wire in the range of 0.3mm till 0.6mm
  • Wire cutter
  • Pliers (I used a blunt pair of scissors)
  • Paper and pen
  • 2 Jump rings (optional)
  • Silver acrylic spray paint (optional)
How to do it:
 
Step one:
 

Start by writing down the word on a paper several times in cursive font and choose the one which looks best to you. Make sure you add a loop on the first and the last letter of the word. These loops will serve as the points to attach the necklace in the final step.
Step two:
 

Using pliers or a blunt pair of scissors carefully start bending the wire into the shape of your letters. Use one continuous piece of wire.
 


It should look like this when you’re done.
Step three:
 


Use silver spray paint to retain the silver color and the shine of the wire, and let it dry for a few minutes. If your wire is new and shiny you can skip this step.

Mine looked like this after a coat of spray paint.
Step four:

Grab two jump rings and pass each of them through the loops we created in the first step along with passing them through a chain (my chain came out of an old necklace) and using pliers close the jump rings shut.

Your necklace is ready to flaunt and remind!
Wearing possibilities around my neck.

Arwa Halai

Artist and a crafter

Arwa is a deranged, dreamy, desi teengirl who can smell art & craft from 100 miles away!

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