Super Easy Snowflake Necklaces for Kids
This month is really our only real winter month here in Texas so we like to celebrate our lack of snow with a winter theme in the house. We have things like our Super Super Chocolaty Hot Cocoa with Hot Cocoa Stirrers or Ultimate White Hot Chocolate to drink. We like to pretend play with Snowflake Wands, Snowflake Headbands and our very own Indoor Snowball fight. The kids also love to Snowball Paint and use these DIY Snowflake Stamps to create an afternoon of fun.
As of today this is my favorite craft. Why? Because, when you have several little kids hiding from you, you can still find them when they move and the bells jingle. Oh, the joy when I find all of them is contagious. They love it!
What you will need
- Jewlery pliers
- Small Snowflake Ornaments or large snowflake buttons
- 1 or 2 inch multicolored bells
- Small silver or colored bells
- Silver Mardi Gras style beads
- Jump rings
How to make your own Snowflake Necklace -Video
How to make your own Snowflake Necklace -Pictures
Let’s get started.
Using your jewelry pliers open your jump ring and slide your snowflake on to it, then the necklace.
Close your jump ring onto itself by overlapping the ends.
It should look like this when its attached.
Now do the same for each bell. Making sure to attach them in the position you want. You don’t want your necklace to be crooked.
And your all done. Notice I didn’t count the beads so the silver bells are a little uneven, this little girl didn’t seem to care one bit. She loves her new Snowflake Necklace!