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CUPKIN Mondays Vol. I: DIY Pearl Cluster Neckpiece

By Rashi Ravi Ganguly @sincerelylazy
Hey guys! Are you reeling under the Monday blues just like I am? Well, I have a sweet little piece of pretty to brighten up your day, and any outfit that you choose to wear either to work, to a fun day out with friends or for a romantic dinner date. SincerelyLazy is super excited to bring you its very first guest post- DRUMROLL......... Introducing Cupkin - a label founded and owned by my uber-talented friend Sonali. She's based in Bangalore and lovingly crafts vibrant handmade accessories for smart, sexy and stylish young women who don't shy away from flaunting their fun and feminine side. Her pieces merge Indian traditional motifs with extremely wearable fluid modern designs, and can easily transition from day to night accessories.
CUPKIN Mondays Vol. I: DIY Pearl Cluster Neckpiece
Over to Sonali:
Hello everyone! Hope you guys are all having a happy and productive start to the week. I founded Cupkin as a way to share my passion for all things pretty and beautiful, and today I'll be sharing with you a very easy way to make your own Pearl Cluster Neckpiece. Pearls are classy, timeless and chic, and can elevate any look/outfit from plain boring and dull to stylish, sexy, smart and sweet- all things that Cupkin stands for. A group of delicate pearls, all clustered together, it's a neckpiece that goes well with any attire. You could carry it well with a short dress as well as in an Indian avatar!

Making your own DIY pearl cluster neckpiece will take a while but it is worth the time.So let's get started!
Material required: 
1. Pearl beads
2. Pliers
3. Hooks
4. Hook lock of your choice
5. Little cupkiness ;)
  1. Just insert a pearl inside each hook and lock it with the plier.
  2. Interlock one hook to the other, keep doing it till the time you are satisfied ;) ( depends on the density you need)
  3. Add locks to the end.
Oh my God!You have your very own inexpensive yet so precious necklace!!! Have fun flaunting it! :D
Hope you guys liked this little DIY. If you try it, do mail me your pics wearing it and I'll be happy to share it here. You can also visit Cupkin here and let her know how you liked it :)
Would you like to see more such and other DIYs here? Let me know in the comments!

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