How to Make a Spooky Halloween Necklace

A fun and easy DIY jewelry project

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How to Make a Spooky Halloween Necklace
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Gather metal findings you'd like to use. These are various pieces from Tim Holtz's Idea-ology line. Dab Mushroom alcohol ink on each piece to give them an aged look. Let dry or use a craft dryer.

Gather metal findings you'd like to use. These are various pieces from Tim Holtz's Idea-ology line. Dab Mushroom alcohol ink on each piece to give them an aged look. Let dry or use a craft dryer.

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Use a metal hole punch tool like this one by Tim Holtz to make a second hole at the bottom of this word token.

Use a metal hole punch tool like this one by Tim Holtz to make a second hole at the bottom of this word token.

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Use a strong metal glue like E6000 to start adhering pieces together. Let this set for a half hour before handling.

Use a strong metal glue like E6000 to start adhering pieces together. Let this set for a half hour before handling.

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Use jump rings and a short piece of necklace chain to attach several charms and other bits that you desire.

Use jump rings and a short piece of necklace chain to attach several charms and other bits that you desire.

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The space below the word "Wicked" on the word token needed something. This is a good place to put a rub-on. I used this small bat. These Halloween remnant rubs are by Tim Holtz as well.

The space below the word "Wicked" on the word token needed something. This is a good place to put a rub-on. I used this small bat. These Halloween remnant rubs are by Tim Holtz as well.

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Add a desired length of antique brass chain to your jewelry piece.

Add a desired length of antique brass chain to your jewelry piece.

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Enjoy wearing a fun, one-of-a-kind seasonal necklace!

Enjoy wearing a fun, one-of-a-kind seasonal necklace!

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Thanks for watching my Snapguide tutorial! For more craft ideas and inspiration, please visit my blog: AnnettesCreativeJourney.blogsā€¦

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