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.

Spray Paint
Scrap Paper
Permanent Markers
Rhinestone Necklace (Similar Here and Here)
Masking Tape
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.


  • Very original sweetie :)


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