Tutorial: The Making Of A Pink Paislee Necklace

Is_prizephoto Today each of the Pink Paislee design team members is posting a free tutorial for our Mother's Day handmade gift guide!

I made this fun necklace using some Pink Paislee products, a needle and some thread in under half an hour.

It's a really easy project, so click the link below to see the full instructions with step by step photos as well as the links to the other design team members AMAZING free tutorials!


Queen Bee Cork Buttons and Bella Brads
Bayberry Cottage Pleated Ribbon
Tinsel Town Ribbon
Needle and Thread
Coordinating Fabric
Costume Jewelry (I used a broken necklace)

1) Measure your necklace length- I just draped the ribbon around my neck until I found a length I liked

2) Drape the costume jewelry over the ends of the ribbon to close of the necklace

3) Use a needle and thread to stitch the costume jewelry to the ends of the ribbon. I tied it using cord here so that you could easily see where I stitched.

4) Cut a leaf shape out of fabric and attach it to the back of a cork button

5) Create one large circle and two small circles out of the pleated ribbon.

6) Push a bella brad through the center of two of the circles.

7) Attach the large circle to the cork button (you can stitch it or use strong fabric glue)

8) Attach one of the small circles into the center of the large circle.

9) Stitch the completed flowers to the ribbon where it meets the costume jewelry.

10) Accessorize!

You can also visit the other ladies's blogs to see more awesome tutorials and enter for more chances to wi
Danielle: http://www.danielleflanders.blogspot.com
Lisa: http://www.coleland.blogspot.com
Ania: http://www.aniia.blogspot.com
Stacey: http://www.staceymichaud.blogspot.com
Leena: http://www.findingnana.com
Jana: http://www.frommyfeatherednest.blogspot.com
Amanda: http://www.amandamuirhead.blogspot.com
Kristen: http://www.scrapinkris.blogspot.com
Tina: http://www.tinaalbertson.blogspot.com
Jen M.: http://www.jenniferann75.blogspot.com
Erin: http://www.erinterrellclarkson.typepad.com/blog

Update to answer Q's: You can use hotglue or fabric glue if you don't want to sew, it just will take longer for the flowers to set. I actually used a little fabric glue to adhere my flowers to the cork after stitching to make them stronger.


  1. Krystal says

    Wow that’s pretty cool…I dont think my mom could pull it off but I think I can…ha Ha Thanks for the Idea!

  2. says

    Oh my goodness! this is brilliant! ive never seen anything like this before, coz i thought it would be a card/layout!! gorgeous indeed πŸ˜€ thanks for sharing!

  3. says

    such a BEAUTIFUL necklace, KA! so delicated and gorgeous. thanks for the instructions! i hope i can try it out…i don’t really sew too well ;p’. thanks for sharing and have a wonderful friday and weekend!!! *hugs* steph :)

  4. Hester says

    What a great blog train. i really like all the different items you all made!
    Thanks for the inspiration, i am ready to craft!

  5. says

    I don’t sew well either Steph! You can use a strong fabric glue if you don’t want to sew. The only thing you really have to sew is the beads to the ribbon, but you could probably just tied them together with really thin cord and put glue over top to seal it.

  6. Cassaundra Lala says

    Loving the necklace!! Flowers and pearls is so my thing right now! Great inspiration Killa!! LOL!
    Cassaundra Lala (the non-astrostraut former astronaut trainer)

  7. says

    Cards, canvas, and jewelry OH MY!! what a wealth of inspiration I have seen today. I can’t wait to get started tomorrow.

  8. Marlene says

    WOW! What a beautiful necklace! I just LOVE it! Would have never thought to make a necklace out of Pink Paislee products. Thanks for the inspiration.

  9. says

    A necklace!?!?! SERIOUSLY!?!?! That is really awesome!! I love it. I’ve been browsing around your bloggy…loving your pictures and your sense of humor!

  10. Kathy says

    There have been some amazing projects outlined in all the blog hops today. Thanks so much for sharing yours!

  11. Jenny Reid says

    So stylish, but the flowermaking looks a little complicated for me. You got talent that’s plain to see

  12. val gould says

    I have never attempted jewlery with my supplies yet although I have seen it doe many times! you however with this easy step by step pictures make it look alot less intimidating!!! thanks so much for that!!!
    I feel now like I might want to try!!!!

  13. Brenda Lubrant says

    You are one talented girl. I am also enjoying your blog site. I am especially excited about the generous free downloads. Thank you so much.

  14. Teri Weber says

    Your necklace is beautiful! What a wonderful idea…I love handmade flowers…yours really rock! thank you for sharing. :)

  15. Bri Johnson says

    Although the necklace is nice, your previous post made me giggle, and that’s saying a lot. I’m definitely bookmarking your blog! Thanks!

  16. Jill Crossfield says

    You just crack me up, girl! It must be a Georgia thing. Great idea for the necklace- it’s just too darned cute!

  17. says

    Ok, wow! this is so cool! I hadn’t thought of using paper and scrapbooking embellishments to make jewelry! This is awesome and I am definitely going to have to try this!

  18. Ashly says

    I really need to step out a little more!! You ladies are amazing at altered objects and projects. Im only on scrapbooks. Thanks for the inspration!

  19. ~Tonya says

    What a grand idea. Love it. Thank you for the tutorial to this as well. SO very talented.
    Happy Scrapping!!

  20. BecYoung says

    Wow, what a very clever idea.
    Pink Paislee products are very versatile. I’ll have one is every colour!
    Neat idea, thanks!

  21. carrie taylore says

    it is so chic, i love it. really neat idea to create jewlery with this line. love that. thank you so much for sharing.

  22. Karrie Adams Johansson says

    This is beautiful. I’ve really enjoyed this train ride, and this stop has been delightful. I’m loving your blog.

  23. Gaye says

    OHHH!!!! So pretty!!!! I absolutely love it! Thanks for sharing!!
    P.S. I’m a bit sad this is the last train stop.. I really enjoyed the “trip” though. =D PP has a very talented DT! Thank you everyone!!!

  24. Paula Gentry says

    Pink Paislee rocks!! And every one of you on the design team is just wonderful for giving us so much cool inspiration. Thanks! Happy NSD!!

  25. NanaBeth says

    It is stunning-and I have everything I need to make one. Thank you for such incredible inspiration.

  26. Christine Schmidt says

    I have got to make one of these–absolutely BEAUTIFUL!! Thank you so much for sharing this fabulous idea!!

  27. says

    Wow, seriously?! This necklace it amazing! I am practically drooling right now…lol Love the necklace and your name :) My daughters name is Kayla and mine is Amy :)

  28. aranka says

    wow, love the necklace, too bad I do not have all of the pink paislee products…. hope I win some to make this super necklace myself for my own mothersday… LOL
    never knew that sharon osborn was following your blog…
    xx Aranka

  29. says

    Loved this great idea for broken necklaces .. I actually have a bracelet that might work :) Thanks for sharing this project.
    Cheers ~ Scrappy Val

  30. kathy s says

    I love your work and this is no exception thanks for the tutorial will try to make a couple as gifts for friends who won’t get much for mothers day. thanks for sharing

  31. Pam Spradlin says

    This is a gorgeous necklace. This has been a wonderful trip to all the blogs. I found lots more to bookmark for inspiration.

  32. GiddyGardener says

    Oh man, there is that PP pleated ribbon again! My new favorite product, Great project and great post.

  33. Coraline says

    This is so adorable! love the look of that necklace, gotta try this, thanks for the tutorial :)

  34. says

    love this! I was already obsessed with the new ribbon pleats and this give it a whole new twist.Thanks for sharing with us.

  35. says

    Good idea!!!
    I wish we had all those supplies here in Sweden too….
    Tax makes it not always worth it to bring things from over there…
    La Vikinga

  36. says

    This is something so different. Thank you for sharing this lovely tutorial with us.
    And thank you for the lovely blog hop!

  37. lynnfrompgh says

    Thank you sooo much for sharing this tutorial……I can’t wait to try making the flower!!

  38. says

    I should combine my two hobbies more! I both scrapbook and make my own jewelry but its not often I combine them!
    thanks for the inspiration!

  39. says

    Quite possible the prettiest and most creative use of scrapbooking products I have EVER seen! Absolutely stunning and fab tutorial/photos too! THANx

  40. psolano says

    What a great idea!!! I’m with you on your batman comment! In keeping with the alliteration- Thanks for todays totally terrific tour!!!!!

  41. abby says

    super cute! love that pleated ribbon. i know i don’t always comment, but your blog cracks me up. (ps…i’m a tn girl, too)

  42. Stephanie Clapper says

    Your necklace is so pretty, and gave me ideas of making some pins, what an outstanding blog hop this has been, right before Mother’s day. Thankyou to everyone for sharing all your ideas, what a superb team!

  43. LG Belarmino says

    WOW your works are amazing! I love all the details and composition! Thanks for the inspiration

  44. says

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