DIY: Painted Rhinestone Necklace

I love the idea of adding some color into my wardrobe for Spring. The easiest way to do so is with accessories. When I saw these necklaces from Tom Binns, I immediately knew what my next DIY would be. The DIY steps are simple and allow you to update a rhinestone necklace that may have been sitting in your drawer since prom.

Materials:
Spray Paint
Scrap Paper
Permanent Markers
Rhinestone Necklace (Similar Here and Here)
Scissors
Masking Tape
Steps:
1. Cut scrap paper to cover areas of necklace that you do not want to spraypaint. Tape paper in place.
2. Spray paint necklace to desired color. This will give a more opaque look. Repeat steps 1 and 2 for different sections of the necklace to create a fun color combination.
3. Marker in certain sections with the permanent markers to achieve a colored, yet translucent look.
4. Easy breezy!! Enjoy your SwellMayde DIY Painted Rhinestone Necklace.

2 Comments

  • Very original sweetie :)

    kisses

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