How-to: Make a Washer Necklace Out of Leftover Furniture Parts

Finished necklaces after dry
After the glaze is completely dry, cut a 36” piece of ribbon or cord to use as the necklace. Loop the ribbon/cord through the center of the washer. You can trim the ribbon/cord according to the length of the necklace you want. Remember to allow ribbon/cord so the necklace can be tied in the back.

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Written by Kilduff Kolleen

I’m a lifelong crafter with many different interests. My latest obsession is making accessories for women's hair and making flowers from a variety of recycled and repurposed materials. If it is shiny, feathery or sparkly I love it! I also carry around a pocket camera to take pictures of items, scenery, signs, or anything else that I find inspiring.

I enjoy creating new things and sharing how to make my creations with others on my blog (http://designbynight.blogspot.com/).

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