If you have never tried to decoupage jewelry, it’s easy and fun! Learn how to create cute necklaces that you’ll love to keep AND gift.
I’m always thinking of projects to make with Mod Podge. I mean, I have a blog about it, right? I find that one recurring theme when I’m brainstorming projects is decoupage jewelry. I really love making necklaces!
They are so satisfying, easy and make great gifts. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve Mod Podged a necklace and given it as a gift.
Trust me on this one! If you want to a DIY a necklace, I’ve got a collection of ideas here that you are going to love.
They are all simple – you might need a few supplies, but I always encourage you to branch out and make your own version. Check out the 16 decoupage jewelry ideas below. Which one would you try first?
Make a pretty feather necklace using Mod Podge and embroidery thread.
Floral & Beaded
Use a catalog page to decoupage the necklace, then Dimensional Magic and microbeads to finish.
In this fun tutorial, Bethany adds a monogram with a rub-on – and also adds Dimensional Magic.
Don’t throw those dollar store seed packets away after they are planted – make them into necklaces!
No sewing is required to make this amazing glitter necklace – what a statement!
I used Shrinky Dinks, stencils and markers to make this pretty earring and necklace set.
Cathie use a rose Mod Mold and a strand of turquoise beads to make a simple but fashionable necklace.
If you are addicted to Instagram like me, learn how to make this necklace using a wood pendant.
If you’re read to get started with decoupage jewelry, metal blanks are going to be your favorite. Such an inexpensive price and makes 10 pieces! Get metal jewelry blanks here. Now keep scrolling down to see even more projects.
Megan turned a printout of a family picture into a faux Polaroid, using a small glass tile and Mod Podge.
The original project is no longer available so use the photo as inspiration!
You can make a unique statement necklace just like this one using vinyl, Mod Podge and glitter.
Any foliage will work to make these pretty pendants – use red and orange for a little variety.
Mini Photo Blocks
Use mini wood blocks and tiny photos to make this personalized necklace. So cute!
Lots of Glitter
This glitter necklace is SO blingy and easy to make with Dimensional Magic.
Buy these tiles online, then make a ton of scrabble necklaces for gifts – this is the perfect craft for groups.
The beautiful chandelier crystals give a pretty dimensional look to the finished project.
Can you believe that this is an item from the hardware store? Washer necklaces are so easy to make!