Cut TWO approximately 1″ diameter circles of 100% wool felt. I used the inside of an electrical tape spool as my guide.
Sew rhinestones to the felt by stitching in between each stone, bringing the needle up and down as close to the attachment point of the rhinestones as possible. There will be two rhinestones that won’t be attached, as that was where the trim was cut.
With craft glue, glue the two unattached rhinestones to the felt to be in line with the remainder of the circle.
Cut your 36″ of 1/8″ ribbon in half. Fold down approximately 1/4″ of the ribbon.
Attach the ribbon to the back of the necklace, bringing the needle up in the same area in which you attached the rhinestones. I bring the needle down across an attachment point in between rhinestones and through the felt and ribbon.
Finish off the thread and trim the excess ribbon from the folded tail. Repeat adding the ribbon on the other side, such that the ribbons are at approximately 10 and 2 on a clock face.
This is really cute!! (:
A perfect gift for my aunt… (I didn’t know what to gift her!)
Thanks so much for your lovely comments! 😀
I hope you have a great new year!
Ooh, I like this one! My favourite so far 🙂
Definitely one of my … no, not one of – my favorite!! of all the ones you’ve done
definitely making this 🙂
This is amazing! Where did you get the rhinestones?
Thank you! I got those rhinestones at Joann Fabric in the trim section. I’m so glad you like it!!