5 Jun 2016

WRAPPED STRING CHOKER (DIY)

I've been thinking about creating a choker like this one for a long time and now I finally did it! Continue reading if you want to make yours (even if it is SO easy that a tutorial is not so needed). And let me know what you think about chokers! // Ho pensato a lungo di fare un collarino come questo e finalmente l'ho realizzato! Continuate a leggere se anche voi ne volete uno (anche se è così facile che un tutorial non sarebbe necessario). E fatemi sapere cosa ne pensate!

wrapped string choker diy francinesplaceblog

I don't know why chokers look so perfect these days. I mean, maybe because they make cool
even the simplest outfit made of jeans and a tee. Why didn't I wear them everyday of my life?
Why did I use them only when I was 13 and later repudiate them with shame thinking
about those choker days? Mistery.
But, luckily, it's never to late to remedy this lack of fashion and to become
one of those girls with the string choker I've been craving so much lately.
Aaand, if you like me like it too, well, I have two good news: this tutorial is
ridiculously (yeah, really) easy and you won't spend any money for it.
 No more words needed.

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Non so perché oggi i collarini sembrano così perfetti, forse perché stanno benissimo anche
solo con dei jeans ed una maglietta rendendo l'intero look più ricercato?
 Perché non li ho indossati ogni giorno della mia vita?
Perché li ho usati solo quando avevo 13 anni ed in seguito li ho ripudiati, vergognandomi
al solo pensiero? Mistero.
Ma, fortunatemente, non è mai troppo tardi per rimediare a questa mancanza di "fashionitudine"
e per diventare una di quelle ragazze con la collana in cordino che tanto ho bramato ultimamente.
Eee, se anche a voi piace, ho due buone notizie: questo fai da te è imbarazzantemente
(già, sul serio) facile e non necessita di soldi da spendere.
Non c'è bisogno che aggiunga altro.

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You need // Vi occorre:

- A string. // Un cordino.
- 2 metallic beads (if you want). // 2 perline metalliche (se volete).
- Pliers. // Pinze.


How to // Come procedere:

As I told you, it's so easy that a step-by-step tutorial is not needed at all. You'll just
insert the extremities of the string in the beads, push them with the pliers to close and fix them
and voilà, it is done! // Come vi ho detto, è così semplcie che non c'è bisogno di un tutorial
passo per passo. Dovrete solo infilare le estremità del cordino nelle perline, schiacciarle
con le pinze per chiuderle e fissarle e voilà, già fatto!


I simply like it and the fact that I spent about, uhm, 2 seconds to make it, is so winning! //
A me piace un sacco ed il fatto che ci abbia messo, uhm, 2 secondi per realizzarlo, lo rende
vincente!

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wrapped string choker diy francinesplace
xx Francine

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27 comments:

  1. I wasn't quite sure with chokers for no reasons, but yours look sooooo pretty!
    Plus, it's super easy to make & wear with any kinds of outfits!
    Thanks for sharing this xx

    KayleeㅣJK's Dawn

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    1. Thank you! Yes, I could wear it with everything these days :D

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  2. Great idea! This looks so cool and seems to be easy to do.

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  3. I love your blog and all your DIY's! They are are actually good ones!! :D I might just have t start following you! ^_^

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    1. Awww thank you so much! So happy to read that!

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  4. I'm not really a choker person but that one is simply perfect! Looks so effortless and delicate and I would actually wear it :)

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  5. Very cute and simple, I'll have to try it -Hanna Lei

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  6. J'aime! Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Dear Francine, your choker is perfect and suits you so well! Personally I love chokers also one person told me that chokers are "evil" what I don't understand ... you look also so beautiful on the pictures <3 Thanks for the DIY!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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    1. Dear Rena, you are always so kind! That person doesn't understand so much about chokers haha!

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  8. I love how simple it is!

    xx Yasmin
    http://banglesandbungalows.com

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  9. i am totally going to try this!
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  10. I've actually been meaning to try this myself and you've totally given me the inspo I needed!
    xo
    Siffat
    http://icingandglitter.com

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    1. Wow, so glad to have been useful! Let me know if you make it :D

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  11. that chocker is beautiful !! :)

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  12. Semplice e di grande effetto, bravissima!!!


    xoxo
    www.bellezzefelici.blogspot.com

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  13. totally spices up the look!! great DIY!

    Have a great day!
    Animated Confessions

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  14. amazing DIY! I'm so in love with chokers, can't wait to try this!! :)

    Tiffany
    www.thelookingglasbyty.com

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