Interchangeable felt necklace

I have been itching to make a felt necklace but couldn’t decide on what colors to make… so after a suggestion from our clever sis’ friend Angie, I went with all of them! 

Introducing the interchangeable felt necklace:
The gray rosettes are permanent but the mustard yellow rosette is interchangeable… see?
I can get 3 different looks of the same necklace!  
Brilliant :)

Here’s the skinny if YOU want to make one:

{Supplies needed}
8 1/2 x 11 piece of gray felt, cut in fourths
1/4 piece of felt for each interchangeable rosette
1/2 sheet of scrap felt for backing
hot glue
fabric scissors
14″ necklace chain

1. Freehand a cinnamon roll shape onto each piece of gray felt, cutting wavy {the wave will give it texture.}
2. This is what your strip should look like!
3. Roll into a rosette, starting with the outside of the felt, not the inside part of the “cinnamon roll,” adding dabs of hot glue every inch or so as you go.
4. Once you get to the end of your tail, simply hot glue flat on the bottom.
Repeat the process until you have your little cluster of rosettes… oh, here’s a shot of mine patiently waiting to be made into a pretty little necklace :)

Now the easy fun part!
Lay your rosettes in the shape of the necklace onto a scrap piece of felt:
Slide your necklace chain in between the top rosettes and the scrap fabric before and THEN glue, like so:
PS: I didn’t use a clasp… I made the chain long enough to simply slide over my head.  It’s just because I’m lazy easier!

Glue down all of the rosettes EXCEPT the interchangeable one… 
you get to glue a little square of velcro to those puppies ;)
Now all you have left is to trim the scrap felt and admire your newest piece of jewelry:
  I {} It!

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  1. 1


    This is brilliant and will be my Friday Fun Find this week!!


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    i looooooove this!!!! make me one, i'll pay you!! (:

  3. 3

    Sassy Sites!

    I LOVE this!!! I would wear it everyday and just change the color to match each outfit!! :)

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    casey aubut

    I love this necklace! And I am drooling over the Easter tree too!
    Following you back from Blog it Forward!

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    Erin @ Crafts and Sutch

    This is pretty super duper smart! I love the idea of one necklace that can be worn with a ton of different outfits! So clever!

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    So cute and super easy!

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    Lindsay Conner

    Very pretty! Stopping over from Reasons to Skip Housework linky party :)

  8. 8


    VERY CUTE! What a clever idea!

  9. 9


    Lovely necklace! You are so talented! Great blog too!
    I'm a new follower from the blog hop.
    Hope you can hop by and visit me:

  10. 10


    I love this! I have seen necklaces like this before but not interchangeable! So cute!

    Found you on the blog hop!


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    LOVE the interchangeable idea. I like your style – without the clasps! Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a sweet message!

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    Love this!!!!I'd love it if you Linked up to the Glitter Party!

  13. 13


    Brillant idea. I love it.

  14. 14


    love the versatility of this!!!

    Stop by and feel free to link up to my MAKE & SHARE first edition friday and saturdays.


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    Sweet Peas and Bumblebees

    So so so cute!! I want to make one…right now!!

    I am featuring you on my Fabulous Finds Friday tomorrow!

    I am your newest follower….come and check our site as well and grab a featured button!

    Sweet Peas and Bumblebees

  16. 16

    That's a great idea! Way to make it versatile! Thanks for the how-to, I'll be linking.

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    Popping over from the Creative Girls Blog Hop. Love this necklace! That would be a great one to use for travel…just take extra flowers in different colors!

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    Perfection. I have been trying to think of a way to make something like this for a while! This will absolutely work out perfectly! Filed it at

    Thanks for sharing!

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    OH.MY.GOSH. I am soooo drooling over this idea! Now I know what I'm doing today for sure! I LOVE IT!!! Thank you SO much for sharing this idea, it turned out FABULOUS! And I'm your newest follower!

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    Totally brilliant! Featuring it tomorrow – come get a button if that's your thing!

    Reasons To Skip The Housework
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  21. 21


    Simple , cute and clever, gotta love it!

  22. 22


    Will be attempting this cutie this week – very smart idea! Thanks for sharing!

    ~ Brett

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    This is a cute project! Thanks for sharing!

    Kristie @ making life a Bliss

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    Kristen Duke Photography

    Loooooooooooooooooooooooooooove this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Amy (naptimecrafters)

    fun! Thanks for auditioning for American Crafter- good luck:)

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    Alexis @ persia lou

    so clever!!

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    Jill @ A Mom With A Lesson Plan

    Busting out the felt today! AWESOME!

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    Just found your blog through SITS, and being a fellow creative blogger, I'm in love! I'm following along now.

    I have a linky party too and would love to be on your list! You can grab my Creative Me Monday button at Thanks, ladies! Looking forward to reading!


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    So cute and clever!! Happy Sits day . You guys have a wonderful site!

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    Anne @ Quick and Easy Cheap and Healthy

    Cute! Happy SITS day!

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    What a fabulous idea!

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    Very cool idea! Thank u for sharing

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    Horváth Emerencia

    So so so cute!! I want to make one!!!Emerencia.

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    great idea!
    I do love it!
    Thanks for sharing ^^

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    OMGosh, These are adorable! Thanks for the awesome idea :)!

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    Lolly Jane

    Thanks, Shannon (:


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