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About This Class
Learn how to spot trends and create them on our own, in your personal style and for your budget - that’s the skill behind DIY. Leave this class with an on-trend, ready-to-wear necklace of your own creation!
I started I Spy DIY after working at InStyle Magazine in NYC for over 5 years. Spending that much time with some of the most beautiful fashion I’d ever seen, I taught myself how to turn trends I loved intro projects I could afford. Since then, my work has been featured in Elle, Lucky and CNN. My first book - I Spy DIY Style - was released this past April and I’m now writing a monthly DIY column for InStyle. I learned how to DIY by turning trends into projects which is why I’m excited to help you do the same.
In this class we’ll cover jewelry-making: start with a bracelet and work your way up to a multi-layer necklace.
Here are the supplies you'll need and some stores where you can purchase them:
- 1 yard 10mm silver chain
- 1 yard 12mm silver chain
- 1 ft rhinestone chain
- Howlite beads (turquoise or any color) (24 units)
- Nylon Thread (one or two colors)
- 15 Jump rings
- 2 Lobster Clasp
- Jewelry Monofilament clear cord .25mm
- Jewelry Pliers
- 1 ft Faux Suede Cord 3mm
- 1 Yard thin black ribbon
Class Projects 2 See All
Jenni Radosevich is founder of I Spy DIY- and author of “I Spy DIY Style”. Before taking on full-time DIY-ing, Jenni worked at InStyle magazine in NYC for 5.5 years, giving her occasion to find herself surrounded by the most breathtaking, straight off the runway, clothing. Living on a budget in New York kept many of those pieces at arms’ length.
Spending her days flipping through hundreds of celeb style pictures, scouring the runways for trends, and being surrounded by New York’s most stylish women inspired her to find ways to emulate without breaking the bank. She’s been spotting great style and DIY-ing it ever since! Jenni also released her first book, I Spy DIY Style, will includes 30 new projects inspired by celebrities, runway and vintage looks, with tips and ideas from designers, DIY bloggers, and fashion insiders. Find her project gallery here and tweeting at @ISpyDIY.