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Nautical Glam Silver Tassel Necklace

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Discover how to make a chic silver tassel necklace for your spring wardrobe. Follow our step-by-step tutorial for a unique nautical boho trendy look. Easy DIY! For more awesome DIY jewelry see my Crafts page!

Nautical Glam Silver Tassel Necklace

Hey there, DIY jewelry enthusiasts! Today, we’re diving into the world of simple glam accessories with a fun and stylish project: the DIY silver tassel necklace.

I love all things nautical, and to spruce up my wardrobe I am sharing my latest silver tassel necklace with a maritime feel.

This easy-to-make necklace will add a touch of bohemian chic to any outfit. The best part? You can customize it to suit your personal style, whether you prefer a sleek and modern look or something more eclectic and free-spirited.

I love the simplicity of this necklace. The large silver bead and rope cording with a silver end cap to finish it off just beautifully. You can make this easy craft in no time at all. Plus, it would make a fun gift idea.

This fun accessory is easy to create but also an absolute must-have for your spring wardrobe. By combining silver beads and findings, rope for tassels, and a few simple jewelry tools, you can craft a unique piece that screams boho beachy style.

Whether you’re going for a bohemian festival look or aiming for a more polished and elegant vibe, this versatile accessory can be tailored to match any style effortlessly.

Since it is DIY, you can choose the length of the chain, and the size of the tassel, and even add more embellishments like beads or charms for extra flair.

Let’s get started!

DIY Silver Tassel Necklace

Supplies~

Instructions~

Make the Rope Tassel:

make a tassel with upholstrey cord

Cut a 10-inch piece of Upholstery cord. Unravel the cord and separate the layers. I used only one section. Smooth out the fibers.

DIY Rope tassel

Place a 4-inch piece of crochet thread in the center of the cord and tie tightly in a double knot.

Capped rope tassel

Fold the tassel in half and pinch the tassel tight at the knot.

Add E6000 glue to the inside of the silver cord end. Insert the tassel inside the silver cord cap. I used a sharp stick to push it inside so it will be nice and snug.

Let it dry. Maximum-strength bond for this glue is 24 hours.

eye pin to connect bead

Insert a 2-inch eye pin inside the bead.

Eye pin connector

Trim off the excess wire with the jewelry pliers.

Round nose plier eye pin connector

Curve the wire around to make a loop using the round-nosed jewelry pliers.

Hook the loop to the tassel and then pinch the wire shut.

Attach the other end to the toggle loop on the rope.

Make the Rope Necklace:

attach tassel with Toggle clasp

Cut the rope to desired length of necklace, approx 20 inches. Mine is 18 inches finished.

Toggle clasp as connector

Add the ring part of a toggle clasp to the rope.

Finsh necklace with tied rope

To attach the ends of the necklace without using a clasp, I decided the best way to do this was to wrap the ends.

You could use more silver end caps and make a clasp for this necklace

Place the ends next to each other and place a strip of hot glue about 1 1/2 inches to bond the two ropes together.

Rope tied clasp

Then wrap the ends with crochet cording, tie it off, and hot glue the ends down.

Trim rope tied clasp

Trim the rope ends and attach the tassel.

Trim Rope tassel

 Trim the tassel across the bottom and that’s it!

DIY Nautical Rope tassel Necklace madeinaday.com

I hope you like my Nautical Rope Silver Tassel Necklace! It was really easy to make this adorable statement piece! I love it and It will go with just about any spring outfit!

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DIY Nautical Glam Silver Tassel Necklace

7 Comments

  1. Love them! Thank you for generously showing how to make them!

  2. Hi,
    Love your site, these DIY look great and I love the different types of tassels!

  3. I’m craving for some white accessory. This looks perfect for a picnic style day! Thanks for sharing.

  4. I love this! I’m usually not a tassel girl. These though! They ideas are so fun and cute. My favorite are the beaded ones you mentioned though. This has to go on my project list. Consider it pinned!

    1. Oh thanks so much for sharing! My favorite ones are the beaded ones too… I have two more posts coming up with leather tassels. So stay tuned!
      Kim

  5. Hi Kim,
    I just wanted to pop over to let you know that I have nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award! You can view the post here:
    ~Laurie

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