When I was on my little vacation trip to the east coast, my pretty little friend Adele bought this amazing bib necklace at a little shop in Princeton. You know when you see something on a person and you just can’t stop thinking about it? That totally happens to me all the time and the only way to stop dwelling on a cool accessory idea is to just make it myself. 😉 I’ve always had a thing for jewelry, and I’m obsessed with scarves these days, but lately I’ve started noticing a lot of cool statement necklaces around. (Especially on my friend and co-worker, Molly, who has the most incredible necklace collection.) 😀
Dress: Macy’s | Shirt: Old Navy, made smaller with tutorial | Sunglasses: Sunglass Warehouse | Shoes: DSW
How to Make the Bib Necklace:
–Fabric Mod Podge
-Brush to spread Mod Podge
-Needle & Thread
-Beads, sequins, etc.
**I will give a little bit of a disclaimer here, Plaid did send me this cute little bottle of Fabric Mod Podge to use, but I feel like giving me Mod Podge is like giving my dog, Bridget, a piece of bacon or something. Mod Podge just might be my fourth favorite substance behind water, food, and chapstick. I’ve grown up using Plaid products and I was so tickled to try the fabric Mod Podge. (It rocks, btw.) 😉
Thanks again to Plaid for the Mod Podge, I can’t wait to use it on my next project! And for anyone interested, Plaid has some other cool supplies for fashion crafting, as well as a diagram to decipher the differences between their different Mod Podge formulas.