Bee Collar Chain DIY

You’ll need:

  • A few inches of chain (depending on how long you want it)
  • Loops
  • Charm (I used bees!)
  • Tie Tack with Pad
  • E-6000 Glue

I also made a single pin with no chain to use as a little brooch. It’s also a bee because I don’t have many charms left.  E-6000 glue is seriously the easiest crafting adhesive ever. I can use it from everything to fabric (like on my couch arm fix) to jewelry. This craft took me literally about five minutes (plus a little bit of drying time), and at the same time I re-affixed the ram head charm to my ram ring since it broke the last time I was out.

I hope you enjoyed the little peek at my bedroom wall. Usually I shoot in front of the only blank wall in the apartment, a five foot space in Mark’s office, but this is the re-purposed bee calendar that I chalkboard painted and hung up above my nightstand. Right now it has my favorite quote from FLCL. The top part of the original calendar has beautiful gold detailing, and it was so easy to slap on some chalkboard paint to extend its use.

2 thoughts on “Bee Collar Chain DIY

  1. The Daddoo says:

    Very creative. You are so talented

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