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I've never really been into jewelry-making crafts, save for that small collection of ratty friendship bracelets I've made over the years at summer camp, but this Customizable Canvas Necklace is igniting a spark of creativity I never even knew I had! Each necklace (either silver or gold-plated) comes with a needle and coordinating thread so you can "embroider" your own pattern, icon, or message. Don't have any necklaces to match your new top? Make one! Can't wear that "Bobby" necklace that your old boyfriend gave you because, well, things with Bobby didn't quite work out? Well, this necklace lets you start over and brag about your new guy in just a few stitches. Of course, this requires that you actually have the time for a mini art project every time you want something new, but it's certainly a cool idea!Price: $80 for silver, $95 for goldWho Found It: xgalexy was the first to add the Customizable Necklace to the Hive.
Like most of you, I am a [recently graduated but not willing to accept it] college student who would rather dish out money for fashion than food. But sometimes, like in a recession (or when I'm really hungry), that doesn't work out so well. A girl's gotta eat (and look fabulous), right? Which is why I was having some serious issues lately. You see, I am in love with the whole high-waisted skirt look that I see on celebs like Lauren Conrad and Amanda Bynes. It's slimming and cute and I loooove it. But I can't justify spending a good chunk of change on a skirt that will be out of style in 6 months when I have 10 perfectly fine skirts lining my closet. So I decided to figure out a way to turn what I already got into what I want. Turns out, it's not that hard to make your own high-waisted skirt. Even for crafty rejects like myself. Jump over to the CollegeCandy blog for the quick & simple step-by-step!