DIY | USE AND REUSE

A few weeks ago we spotted this little necklace DIY project on the must-read blog for DIY fans, P.S. I made this. Yesterday when we were going through our pictures on our computers we found it again and thought it was the perfect day to make this necklace.
It’s super easy. All you have to do is take a fabric in the color you want and reuse all of your old rings by hanging them on the fabric, make a bow in your neck and ready is your use and reuse necklace! Kind of a cool way to participate in the whole sustainability thing that’s going on in the world, right?

Pictures by SOLD OUT FOREVER

26 comments
  1. Nienie said:

    Nice, homemade stuff,

    Kiss Nienie

  2. Juls said:

    oh wao!!!! this is so cute!!

  3. Laura said:

    Nice ladies! I didnt know that DIY page… :S weird.
    Happy friday!
    x

  4. dimitri said:

    It’s a great idea and the result is absolutely perfect.

  5. Floor Geerlings said:

    love the necklace!

  6. Laura said:

    Nice!
    Thanks for your comment!

    xxx

  7. Thanks for your comment on my blog…

    Interesting project..I love rings!
    And with this idea i’ll have one of kind necklace..

    Please follow me..

    stylefax.blogspot.com

    Kisses🙂

  8. Judith said:

    Wauw, original! It looks amazing🙂

  9. sofie said:

    erg leuk, ziet er mooi uit! ♥

  10. Inique said:

    Zeker een mooie en vooral stoere ketting! Ook een origineel idee.

  11. Babette said:

    Mooi! Het lijkt allemaal wel te doen tijdens zo’n DIY. De praktijk leert alleen dat ik zo onhandig ben en ik weinig geduld heb.

  12. Jorien said:

    Wat een leuk idee! En lijkt me inderdaad niet heel moeilijk om te maken en ziet er ook nog eens leuk uit!

    Xx Jorien

    fab-by-me.blogspot.com

  13. ediot said:

    nice idea. well done
    xx

  14. Erg gaaf idee! Helaas heb ik niet zoveel grote oude ringen.. Goede reden om op vintage jacht te gaan😉
    xx

  15. wowww!! you’ve really given me an idea about something great! Thank you for this🙂

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