Easiest Gold Necklace Ever

Quickest DIY necklace everI figured out how to make the cheapest gold necklace ever.  Well, ok, it isn’t real gold but gold coated or something.  After my wardrobe consultation, I realized that a lot of the jewelry I own does not fit the look that I want to have.  So I have been slowly adding new pieces to my collection.  But I’m super cheap when it comes to accessories.  But I had this idea so I headed to the local craft store to see if it would work.

DIY gold knot necklace DIYI looked in the jewelry section for a gold chain that I like the look of.  I’m pretty sure that this one was $3.00.  And it might have even been cheaper because I think it was on sale.  Look for the longest chain that you can find.

DIY gold chain knot necklaceGrab the two ends and make a knot.  Boom.  Remember that you will have to fit it over your head so keep the knot close to the ends.  Or you can just undo the knot when you want to take it off.

simple gold necklace tutorial Super easy and pretty cute.  And since the chain won’t let the knot get too tight it kind of slips around so it looks a bit different each time you knot it.  And I didn’t have to buy any special jewelry making supplies.  And since my usual post partner in crime was out-of-town I had to take these photos of myself.  Super awkward but you get the point.

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  1. I’m also WAY cheap when it comes to accessories so am totally loving these jewelry posts—the yarn bracelets are on my list of projects in the coming weeks.

    • Sharon Garofalow says:

      I will keep them coming! :) The yarn bracelets are SO easy and you can make them look a bunch of different ways just by changing the color and material!

  2. Super cute. I love chains lately. I just bought a chain from a friend who sells premier designs jewelry and it has 6 really thin strands and can do all sorts of different styles. I never even thought of trying something other than wearing it plain. I’ll have to hit the local craft store to see what kinds of chains they have!

    • Sharon Garofalow says:

      There are tons of chains to choose from at the craft store! The one I used was from their higher end line and it was still only $3. Yeah!

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