Hey Everyone!
My name is Elle from the blog E&Elle!

Are you digging the geometric trend as much as we are?
Try making this simple prism necklace!

With Christmas just around the corner the holiday madness is in full swing! I’ve already found myself starting to get a little holiday shopping started….but, picking a present for everyone in your life is A LOT of pressure!

Am I right?

This necklace would be the perfect little gift for friends & family

Supplies Needed:
Gold Chain (I used a 36” chain)
Gold Bugle Glass Beads
Gold Jump Rings
Needle & Thread
Needle Nose Pliers

Creating The Prism
This is the trickiest part. I used [this] tutorial on how to create the prism and it worked perfectly!

Step 1:
Leaving a tail of string about 3” long, string three beads. (To help keep the beads in place, put some tape at the end of your string....those beads sometimes just don't want to stay!)

Step 2:
Loop your string back through the first bead to create a triangle.

Step 3:

String an additional two beads.

Step 4:
Loop your string back through the triangle bead.

Step 5:
Repeat step 3 & 4.

Step 6:
String 1 bead & attach to the first bead! This will give you your first triangle.

Repeat using Steps 3-6 to complete the prism!

Tie off your prism with a few knots.

Using a jump ring, attach your prism to your chain.

That is it!

This project is so simple and only took me about 10 minutes to complete! I wear this necklace daily. It can be worn alone with a simple white t-shirt, or paired with a few dainty gold necklaces for a layered look.

Major thanks to Juli for letting us share this post with you on her beautiful blog :)

I found E & Elle's blog through IG and I became a regular reader. I love their super creative DIY's and how lovely they both are. If you make this awesome necklace share it with us with the hashtag #eandellemademedoit
Instagram: @e_and_elle
& visit their blog Here
Juli xx



  1. Awesome! I'll have to make this now.


    1. This is really easy to make and it looks really cute! I'm glad you liked it

  2. This is so cute, and looks easy enough that I'd like to try it. Thanks for the tutorial!!!

    Chloe | Curious Ramblings

    1. Both E & Elle have a bunch of cute DIY's on their blog E and Elle if you liked this one you'll love their blog

  3. I love this DIY project. This is so cute & anyone would love it for Christmas. Thanks for this. :] // ▲ itsCarmen.com ▲

    1. Thanks for stopping by and I'm so glad you liked it and it's true I have so many girlfriends who would love this so much :)

  4. This is genius! At first glance, the initial picture looked 100% high-fashion jewelry, I wouldn't have ever guessed that it was a DIY. The fact that it is makes it 10x better. Thanks for the inspiration.

    1. So true! It look so high fashion. Thanks for stopping by :)

  5. Oh this looks so good! You know I'm a crafty girl so I'll have to give this a try and check out her blog!

    xo erica

  6. So pretty and simple, next time I'm at the craft store I'm going to pick up some of those beads!



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