Sunday, March 21, 2010


A necklace you can't do up, how is that a good thing? Well let me tell you...

A lariat-style necklace is a long necklace without a clasp, that you can think of as a scarf. Let it hang loose, wrap it around your neck once or twice, put a simple knot it in like you would tie your shoe and decide whether you want that knot high or low, fold it in half and feed the ends through the loop, you could even wear it around your waist or as a hair accessory. A six-or-maybe-even-more-in-one necklace that gives you all the freedom to create a new look every time you wear it.

This lariat was created by combining glass beads and khaki, off-white and dark purple paper beads. The paper beads were made from a Coronation Street calender, were hand rolled and have been sealed twice. They are water resistant, but not waterproof, so please do not wear in the shower!

Want it? Buy it!


  1. Hi, hope you don’t mind us leaving a note to tell you about our fabulous Ugandan Recycled Paper Mzuribeads, Barkcloth, Banana leaf, and recycled Glass beads ON SALE at MZURIBEADS.COM.

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  2. I don't mind at all! Love your beads and the project!