Look for Less: Kate Spade Initial necklace DIY

I'm fairly picky about the jewelry I wear, and I often keep it rather simple, gravitating toward more minimalist pieces over louder jewelry. One of my favorite pieces is my Kate Spade "One In a Million" Initial necklace. It's super simple, but there's something about it that I really enjoy. I picked mine up from Nordstrom, about a year ago and have no regrets and would absolutely recommend the necklace if it's something you're interested in. However, I wanted to share with you all today, a far cheaper and more affordable option, if you're perhaps a bit apprehensive about spending so much on a small necklace, or if you just enjoy DIY's and dupes!

This is a super simple, no tools needed, DIY project that you can complete in a matter of minutes. It's also super affordable! The two supplies that you need for the necklace, I picked up at Jo Ann Fabrics for less than $10.00! (Bonus tip: make sure you look for coupons when you're picking up the materials for this DIY!!) The letter charm is here.

The chain I used for this project was a bit thicker than the Kate Spade necklace, but you can easily opt for a different chain! All you need to do is pull open the little ring of the charm ( you can use needle nose pliers but I found it wasn't necessary), slip the charm onto the chain and close up the ring! That's all there is to it!


If you like the look of the Kate Spade initial necklaces, but not the price tag, this super easy DIY can save you $48.00 or more!! If you make this dupe necklace, I'd love to see your finished projects! If you have a request for a future DIY/Dupe post, let me know in the comments!!

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