Chanel Potion Necklaces
These DIY necklaces may be the most glamorous recycled project you will ever find. Make these Chanel Potion Necklaces out of recycled perfume bottles. Redesign chic, empty perfume bottles into super sparkly pendants that are hung from metallic chain. Fill with crystals and other sparkling beads of your choosing. The contrasting metallic and crystal pieces make for a stunning and unique DIY pendant piece. Take upcycling to a whole new level with these beautiful bottled homemade necklaces.
Project TypeMake a Project
Bead TypeCrystal, Miscellaneous
Time to CompleteIn an evening
Bead Technique UsedStrung
Bead Project TypeNecklace
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Oct 13, 2017
I really love this necklace! I have one of these tiny Chanel bottles at home but I've never been sure what to do with it. Thanks for the great idea. It's such a fun statement piece.
Feb 19, 2017
I wish I would have seen this cool idea sooner! I had a gorgeous purple swirl sample perfume bottle that would have looked great as a necklace! I love the sparkle inside and using the glass vials as art jewelry! Glue on some rhinestones on the outside for a bit of extra bling! Thanks for sharing!
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Jan 11, 2017
I bought several tiny perfume bottles at an antique store just because I like small things and the tiny bottles just jumped into my hands. I have had them for years. This is the best use I have seen for them. Do you have a tutorial of how you used the chains? I can hardly wait to make some of these. So unique!
Jan 11, 2017
Everyone's favourite Sparkle with one of the most popular fragrances - this is a fabulous upcycle. Love it!
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