DIY Shabby Chalkboard Necklaces

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It’s no secret, I’ve been lovin’ chalkboard paint for a while now! I’ve been wanting to try out chalkboard paint on a locket. However, yesterday I realized that I had some extra resin cameo settings from a while back, so I decided to go ahead and try it out. I have to say i’m really pleased with the results! I think they are adorable, and the best thing is, they are fun and super easy to make!

Here’s what you need:

*Chalkboard Paint

*Resin Cameo Settings ( I bought mine on Etsy here)

*Jewelry Bails

*E6000

*Ribbon or Chain

*Chalk or Chalk Pen

Step 1: Paint- Make sure your settings are clean and then follow the directions on the jar or your paint. It is usually two to three coats, letting them dry for an hour in between.

Step 2: Glue bails- Once the paint is good and dry and looking good you are ready to glue your bails. Put a dab of E6000 at the top of the setting on the back in the center. Then, carefully push the bail into the glue dot centering as you push it down. Let dry.

Step 3: Finish- Once your glue is good and set and dry add your chain and a clasp or ribbon.

Step 4: Personalize- With your chalk or chalk pen, personalize your necklace with your initials, a tiny message, or a doodle.

This craft is so easy. It does take a lot of drying time, but other than that, it couldn’t get simpler. You could make a big ol’ batch of them in really no time at all, and what a cute gift they’d make! So go ahead, make one for each of your favorite gals, big and small, and of course one , or ten, for yourself as well. A girl’s gotta accessorize! Hope you all enjoy!

Happy Crafting!

Linking with these fab blogs:

Katies Nesting Spot, Somewhat Simple, The 36th Avenue, The Shabby Creek Cottage, My Romantic Home, CRAFT, Sew Chatty, Skip to my Lou, The Girl Creative, & The Southern Institute

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0 Responses

  1. dressesandme

    Mega cute! These are great!

  2. Those are totally precious! I love chalkboard paint, but I never thought to use it for jewelry! So clever!

  3. These are just fabulous! I have to work on next week’s A Crafty Soiree way ahead of time but wanted to let you know that you’ll be featured on Thursday!!! Please come by and see it then and thank you for linking up.

  4. Hi! I came across your post from Skip to My Lou. This is such a great idea!! Thanks for sharing!!

  5. these would make perfect party keepsakes – adorable!!