This weekend I was craving some quality craft time. There just so happens to be a Micheal's walking distance from my place....dangerous, right? I browsed Micheal's and brought home quite the haul. I picked up some random lovely things that were on clearance. Beads, string, pliers, chains, and a few pots. I had no plans of what to do these delightful things, but they were too good of a deal to pass by....And I question how I accumulate so much stuff. Hmm.
This project cost me a whopping $2.49 and took about 4 minutes to complete.
The only materials used in this project were chain and ribbon. The chain was on clearance for $2.49 and the ribbon is from my "ribbon box," which consists of about 14358923 ribbons that I have kept from gifts, projects, etc.
I put the ribbon through each end of the chain. Then, I tied one end of the ribbon.
Probably one of the easiest projects ever. You can never go wrong with black, white, and gold. Definitely one of my favorite combos! It's a fabulous addition to my collection.
Hannah & Tyler
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