truebluemeandyou: DIY Thread Bird Nest Tutorial. I posted this last July and said I’d reblog it in time for Easter. Still love it.

DIY Thread Bird Nest Tutorial from Just Something I Made here. I have so many spools of thread that aren’t vintage but just cheap and break all the time. Saving this idea for Easter or spring time. For more Easter/spring DIYs go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/easter

DIY Thread Bird Nest Tutorial from Just Something I Made here. I have so many spools of thread that aren’t vintage but just cheap and break all the time. Saving this idea for Easter or spring time. For more Easter/spring DIYs go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/easter

DIY Thread Bird Nest Tutorial from Just Something I Made here. I have so many spools of thread that aren’t vintage but just cheap and break all the time. Saving this idea for Easter or spring time.

DIY Thread Bird Nest Tutorial from Just Something I Made here. I have so many spools of thread that aren’t vintage but just cheap and break all the time. Saving this idea for Easter or spring time.

truebluemeandyou: Bird Nest Necklaces. Posted in August or September. Reblogged because I either love it (which I do) or because - well you know if you’ve read this blog for a while. 


DIY Bird Nest Necklace. Simple, easy - so easy - tutorial here at Sarah Ortega Photography. At first I thought the beads must be glued into the nest and that it must be really hard so I didn’t post it. But you just string beads onto the wire, wrap the wire around them, then read the tutorial about the jump rings. Also, I went back to this tutorial (I keep a file on stuff I’ve seen and liked) because I have seen retail versions of these necklaces costing upwards of $25 to $30. You will be so surprised at how easy these are to make!

truebluemeandyou: Bird Nest Necklaces. Posted in August or September. Reblogged because I either love it (which I do) or because - well you know if you’ve read this blog for a while. 

DIY Bird Nest Necklace. Simple, easy - so easy - tutorial here at Sarah Ortega Photography. At first I thought the beads must be glued into the nest and that it must be really hard so I didn’t post it. But you just string beads onto the wire, wrap the wire around them, then read the tutorial about the jump rings. Also, I went back to this tutorial (I keep a file on stuff I’ve seen and liked) because I have seen retail versions of these necklaces costing upwards of $25 to $30. You will be so surprised at how easy these are to make!

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