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Topic: Pretty simple - magnetic accessory for an accessory...  (Read 528 times)
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« on: January 24, 2008 06:47:26 PM »

I wear this ball-chain necklace everywhere and all the time (unless I'm dressing up), but sometimes I want to have the slinkier, layered look too. However, whenever I wear little necklaces, they always end up wrapped around my neck, threatening to kill me by suffocation.

So, I took some spare chain and a super-strong magnetic clasp that I had lying around, and made a little accessory for my necklace.

That's a picture of most of it (it's about, um, probably a foot long).

Here's a picture of it connected to my necklace. The magnets stick to the metal, so I can stick it anywhere on my necklace to add as little or as much length as I want.

It can also be worn as a separate necklace; it ends up hitting me just below my clavicle bone if I do that.

I know, I know...but I was excited that I came up with it. Cheesy

On a swapping hiatus due to college...

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