One of my favourite things about DIY-ing is seeing how 2 different people can interpret the same theme, or materials, in vastly different ways. Which is 1 of the reasons I love collaborating with my fellow bloggers! So I was really excited when the amazing Emily of Coffee No Filter agreed to work on a rainbow DIY with me. Little did we realise that we’d both end up making rainbow necklaces, specifically! 🙂 To check out Emily’s awesome tutorial, do check her blog out. (To be specific, I love, love, love this thumb tack wall art DIY!!)
If you’ve visited my blog before, you may have noticed that I’m a big fan of easy DIYs, so here is another no- tools (other than glue and scissors) DIY which only took me 1 minute (+ drying time)
All you need are:
- 3 different lengths of pompoms, in different colours- keep in mind that the shortest length should be long enough to wind round your neck.
- A clasp which allows you to glue the threads in
Apply glue to the ends of 1 of the pompom threads and stuff it into the end of the clasp. Repeat with the other 2 pompoms.
Now repeat with the other ends of the pompoms, for the other end of the clasp. Leave to dry.
Some sunscreen, a hat and less than 24 hours later, you’re ready to hit the beach in the height of summer style. Sunflowers optional.
Best part? Since this necklace is 99% fabric, you don’t even have to worry about it getting wet by the pool or on the beach!