DIY: Faux Suede Choker

Happy FriYAY!

I am not a jewelry designer nor do I have the skills even near to their talent, but when I saw a suede choker that I absolutely adored tagged at $60  I just couldn’t justify spending that much on basically a string and some charms! So… I took a shot at trying it myself and it was so easy that I can’t help but share with you!

What you will need:


1.Faux Suede Cord (Walmart)

2.Two Charms (Hobby Lobby)

3.Beads (Hobby Lobby)

4.Scissors (Hobby Lobby)

5.Glue Gun (Hobby Lobby)

How to:

Step 1: Decide on the length of the necklace you want. I wanted mine to wrap around my neck twice and hang pretty long so it ended up being 75″. Once you decide on the length, cut the cord 2 inches longer than that so you have room to tie the beads and charms on.



Step 2: Take one end of the string and pull your beads and charm through.


Step 3: Tie one knot where the charm meets the string.


Step 4: Glue  right above the knot so that beads will stay secure when you slide them down.


Step 5: Pull beads down so that they are touching the charm

Step 6: Cut the extra piece of cord. **cut as close to the bead as possible to get a clean edge.


Step 7: Repeat steps 1-6 on the other end

And…VOILA! You’ve got yourself a faux suede choker necklace! Easy right?!


With this much ease I will definitely be making more!

Will you?! 🙂

Again, thank you guys so much for taking the time to read the blog! Stay tuned for some site updates coming soon! Crossing my fingers for no down time, but we will figure out as we go!

Again, Happy FRIDAY because that can never be said enough! 🙂

xo, Roselyn

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Hi! I'm Roselyn Weaver and I'm so happy you are here! I am a wife and mama of two living with with my family in Houston, TX. Here, I hope I can help you find inspiration for your everyday life and style.