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DIY Slytherin Y necklace

DIYHarry Potter

So lately I’ve noticed a trend of Y necklaces being really popular, and me being the nerd that I am thought to myself, “I wonder if I can make a Slytherin one….” And voila! That’s how I came up with the DIY Slytherin Y necklace. I like it because it’s not overly obvious that it is a Harry Potter necklace, it could be any type of necklace depending on what beads you use. But I know it’s a Slytherin necklace and now so do you. πŸ˜€

DIY Slytherin Y necklace

DIY Slytherin Y necklace

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Doctor Who Charm Bracelet DIY

Doctor Who

Hello friends!

I was on Pinterest one day when I came across this picture. But then I saw the price and figured I could make a Doctor Who Charm bracelet for cheaper. So I did!

I found it at this website.


Of course I really wanted one for myself, because what jewelry wearing Whovian wouldn’t? πŸ˜‰ So I started looking into making my own. Thank you Etsy and Amazon!

Here is a list of the supplies needed to make your own Doctor Who bracelet.

-Needle nose pliers, can be gotten at any craft store

-Round nose pliers, these ones came from Wal-Mart a long time ago.

-Headpins, I got mine on Amazon

-Chain, 3.96 at Wal-Mart

-Jump rings, I used Silver and Brass each was 2.00 at Wal-Mart


You also need to get your charms and beads.

-Silver and black beads, 2.00 each at Wal-Mart

-Blue glass beads, 2.50/25 beads + shipping from Etsy


-Charms, 31.55 + shipping from Etsy

Here are the two Etsy stores I got the charms from



I spent about 50 dollars or so on all the supplies. That is because I planned on making 4 bracelets, one for me and one for each of my sisters. So roughly about 12.50 per bracelet. Not bad!

I forgot to put the Weeping Angel in the picture, but I’m kind of ok with that. πŸ˜‰

Now to make the bracelet!

1- Cut the chain to the desired length. I did about 7 inches.

2. Put a jump ring on the end and attach the clasp to the other end using a jump ring. I used both the needle nose pliers and the round nose pliers to open and close the jump rings.

3- Lay out what order you want your charms to be in.

Serious props if you can guess why their is a sword charm!

4-Attach the charms to the bracelet using jump ring.

Did you notice the charms didn’t stay in the same place? πŸ™‚

5- Next slide the beads on the head pins. Use the round nosed pliers to create a loop on one end. Open up the loop, attach it to the bracelet, and close the loop so it stays put.

Doctor Who Charm Bracelet DIY

Voila! You are done! Now you have your very own Docto Who charm bracelet! I really like how they turned out.

If you have any questions please let me know!