ombre vintage spool necklace

This is a vintage spool that I had in my supplies. I wanted a necklace and this is what I came up with. I used embroidery thread and Mod Podge.

mod podge embroidery thread wooden spool

I put Mod Podge on the spool and wrapped it with the different colors of embroidery thread.

Mod Podge embroidery thread wood spool

Once the thread was wrapped around the spool, I added a layer of Mod Podge on top of the thread. Here’s how it looks. My photos were taken at night, when I didn’t have a model available. So I used our model head. I know, she’s a little strange. She was even more strange on the top of our Christmas tree this past year. That’s the kind of family we are. Just a little off. Anyhow, here’s the necklace. I can’t wait to wear this!

ombre necklace vintage spool orange

vintage spool ombre necklace on vintage head

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10 Responses to Ombré Vintage Spool Necklace

  1. Madeline says:

    Love this! Can’t wait to wear it too, Mom :)

  2. Janet says:

    That’s really cute! I’ve got an empty spool I’ve been wondering what to do with, you’ve answered that! Plenty of embroidery floss, too. Really novel idea for ombre craze.

  3. Hi! Visiting from TT&J. I love all things Ombre! What a cool way to wear it!

  4. angie says:

    love vintage and this looks like vintage classy to me real nice

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  5. Christine says:

    Very very CUTE!!!

    Thank you so very much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream to Reality! :)

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