Supplies: Doll house items, wire, necklace chain, needle-nose pliers
Time: 15 minutes
I think I’ve mentioned this before, but I really love miniature things. I never had a doll house because I didn’t really play with dolls (I played with toothbrushes instead of dolls…), but I just loved tiny things. Still do. Did you know they have doll house electrical outlets? Tiny little outlets! Anyway, sometime last week I saw a picture of the hammer necklace in this article and I knew I wanted to make one.
I picked a little doll house sewing set. Look at the tiny dress form!
I picked the tiny scissors. I cut about 8 inches of wire and wrapped it around one of the scissor handles. I did my best to make a nice looking loop of wire at the top.
I clearly need to work on my wire working skills, but I now have a lot of wire so I can practice. I threaded the necklace chain through the loop in the wire and you’ve got a new necklace!
A tiny scissors necklace!