DIY: STUD COLLAR TIPS + CHAIN

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hey guys! i got bored the other day at home and made this really easy DIY. Let's get started! You can use anything for this if you want to include your own pendants a thicker chain or even multiple chains, just be creative!

what you need: some chain, 2 studs, 2 coins, glue, and safety pins or ear ring backs
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1. find coins that are the same size as your stud. I just used a 50 cent coin for mine. 
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Next, measure your chain. It should reach the second button from the top on any shirt. Mine was around 21.5 cm long.
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3. Take your glue and apply a good layer to the chain. Since i used contact adhesive, i left it for 5+ minutes for it to get tacky and then applied the chain. Then, add some glue to the edges.
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4.After the glue around the edge gets tacky as well, put on the stud. It might take a little adjusting with the chain, but it should fix if you leave it for a while. Also, clean up any excess glue at the edge of the coin/stud. 
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5. Use the glue to attach the earring backs to the back of the coin. You can trim it if it's too long, but make sure you try it on your shirt first to see if the front is long enough to be attached to the back.
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Aaaaand you're done! pretty self-explanatory but it's a nice DIY to do if you're into making collar accessories like me! If any of you guys have questions or make your own and want to show me, remember to email me at fashiononymous@gmail.com !
xx
Zoe

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22 comments:

  1. Great DIY! Thanks for sharing, Zoe!

    xo,
    The Damsel in a Dress

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  2. Love this DIY! The finished result looks amazing! x

    Kate {Modette}
    http://modetteblog.com

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  3. that's genius! love it! <3 \

    xoxo, sundaesins.blogspot.com

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  4. This is so neat! Thanks for sharing x

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  5. Did you use the studs from your bracelet? Nice! c:

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  6. I LOVE THIS DIY SO MUCH :)! It looks amazing!

    xx
    www.flashthatsmile.blogspot.com

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  7. ooo. madonna cone-bra awesomeness.

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  9. So clever! especially with using the earring backs,
    rather that screw on spikes which
    would make hole in the collar! so gonna try this :)

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  10. wow. amazing!

    http://katyswardrobe.tumblr.com/

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  11. Woaw I love it :)! Maybe I'll try ^^

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  12. Love it! Im for sure going to try it!

    xx
    Reme
    http://strikingvibe.blogspot.com/

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  13. that’s amazing!!

    Heartbeats from Vienna Wedekind

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  14. amazing tutorial :D just found out your blog! Ah your face is so beautiful. Following you zea xx

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  15. Great idea! I'm always one got cool little projects! I'm a huge fan of your blog and I just started mine 3 months ago & still getting used to it, would love to be interviewed on your blog so please follow my blog at haitianfashionistagurl.blogspot.com

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  16. this is amazingggg! great project <3

    XO Sahra
    EffortlessCool

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  17. Such a clever idea! Cool DIY :)

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