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Chokers have made a comeback, and a big one at that. I’m not going to lie, I didn’t like it at first and said I would never start wearing them. Then I gave in when I found a style I liked and DIY-ed my own here. Plus I got some really cute ones from Charlotte Russe that you’ll see in upcoming posts. As soon as I found this flowered lace ribbon at Joann’s though, I knew I wanted to make it into a choker. So here’s how to do that!
- Lace (mine’s from Joann’s)
- Cord finding set
- Pliers (optional)
- Taking your lace, measure out the length you want it by putting it around your neck.
2. Cut it at the desired length.
3. Using a cord finding set, place the ends of the lace in the set and fold the metal ends over the lace to lock it in. You can just use your fingers to fold the metal over or use pliers to make it a bit easier.
That’s seriously it. The easiest piece of jewelry you will probably ever make. I would get a few different styles of lace or cording to make more chokers with the rest of the cord finding sets. Make a ton and give them to friends or use them as stocking stuffers for Christmas!