Rhinestone necklace, spray paint. I paid a bit more for the necklace I used because I was taken by the shape of the design, but I am sure you can get more basic ones from dress up stores and dollar shops.
1. Either outside or in a well ventilated area, lay the necklace on some newspaper.
2. Spray it lightly. I do mine by doing a number of light coats, letting it dry for a few minutes in between so that the spray doesn’t pool on the surface.
3. Leave to dry overnight.
And you’re done! I actually did another layer of non-toxic spray varnish on mine, but I don’t think that’s essential.
I wore this necklace last weekend with denim and pink and it was very very cute. I’m in the process of making a range of other colours which I absolutely cannot wait to show you.