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  • Beaded Necklaces
  • Bib Necklaces
  • Fabric and Ribbon Necklaces
  • Charm and Bauble Necklaces

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Necklaces

Accessories make the outfit, and these handmade necklaces are no exception. With just a few basic materials and some simple techniques, you can create these stylish pieces to fill your own jewelry box or give as gifts to others.

Accessories make the outfit, and these handmade necklaces are no exception. With just a few basic materials and some simple techniques, you can create these stylish pieces to fill your own jewelry box or give as gifts to others.

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All About Handmade Necklaces

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Keep yourself in the loop style-wise with these easy beaded necklaces, inspired by the new book Make a Statement, by Martha Stewart Weddings associate style editor Katie Covington. Simply link together beaded loops, then finish with pretty cord or ribbon ties. A handmade piece can be a gift that Mom will treasure long after Mother’s Day (and that you might just be tempted to keep for yourself!).

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Treat your sisters and girlfriends (and yourself) to jewelry that shimmers with style. Start with a handful of inexpensive costume pieces -- brooches and earrings with openwork designs -- and give them a new-old coppery patina using spray paint. Then link them together and add pretty pink ribbon. No one will guess you didn't break the bank.

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Here’s a simply chic necklace with an unexpected twist -- it’s made of materials commonly found in the hardware store. All you need to make your own is a length of cotton rope and a pair of aluminum sleeves and glue.

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