Blissful and Domestic - Creating a Beautiful Life on Less: DIY Wired Heart Necklace

Saturday, February 2, 2013

DIY Wired Heart Necklace

Hey Blissful and Domestic readers, it is great to be back. I'm Alex from Happy, Healthy, and Domestic!  Today I'm sharing a simple Valentine's Day craft.

To tell the truth I’m not much for Valentine’s Day. For one, my birthday is a little before Valentine’s Day and without fail I always get something pink or with hearts. I’m not a pink kinda girl. haha.
So anyway, I don’t normally decorate or do anything special for the day. But I was in the mood to make something so I decided to make a necklace. Kinda like the Mother’s Day necklace I made last year.


All you need is wire and a couple beads.

I cut off a little bit of wire and formed it into a heart.

I took another length of wire and wrapped it in and out and around the heart form and included the beads.


I finished it off with a loop and a chain.


I also tried another method of just wrapping the wire in a heart shape without weaving in and out. Then like the bird’s nest I wrapped it around a couple times.


Either way it makes an easy and cute accessory for your hot date night or a great gift for someone you love! Have a great Valentine's Day!

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  1. Really cute and easy! When is your bday, I'm an almost Valentine baby too, Feb 12!

  2. Very pretty. I am also not one for Valentine's day, but I like you following your creative spark despite how you feel about the holiday.

    I also don't like pink either, so it really is amazing to me that my 4 year old daughter, in her purple and green room, with a mom that grabs anything non pink when she is out buying clothes for her, still LOVES PINK! And I can't do anything about that.

  3. I like the first and the second pendant with beads.


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