Satin Ribbon Jewelry

Hi friend!

How do you do? Thank you so much for your compliments to My Shrug! I am overwhelmed with your love! It encourages me to create and present new projects to you. Today, I will share a satin ribbon jewelry I made. A view of it is shown below.

17T DIY Satin Ribbon JewelryMy requirements were:

  • Jump rings 9+2
  • Metal coil/Jump ring coil 10-12 cm long (before stretching)
  • Fastening hooks (blouse hooks) 2
  • Ear wires 2
  • Chain hook
  • Black satin ribbon about 1 m
  • Kundans (Plain, transparent and 1cm wide with holes) about 21
  • Black sewing thread
  • Fabric glue
  • Hand needle

ย Making:

I made 5 ribbon flowers of 2cm long petals. I used black thread for sewing the petals. I glued the diagonal cut end of the ribbon.17T 1a DIY Ribbon Flower

I stitched a kundan each at the flower centres.17T 1b Ribbon Flower

I took three flowers and metal coil for neck-piece. I stretched the coil to about 38cm.17T 2a Jewelry Making Coil

This length was enough for my neck-piece. I stitched the flowers to the coil asymmetrically to one side. 17T 2b DIY Ribbon Flower

I attached jump rings to the coil ends. I attached chain hook to one of the jump rings.17T 2c Neck chain fastening

I took 7 jump rings. I hung 2 kundans each from each jump rings. I hung the jump rings from the coil keeping 1/2cm distance.17T 2d Kundan hanging

Neck piece was ready.

Then, I took the remaining 2 flowers. I stitched fastening hooks and kundans at the back side of the flowers. I connected the flowers to ear wires using a jump ring.

17T 3a Ribbon EarringFront view of the accessory set looks as shown.

17T 4 Ribbon & Kundan JewelryIsn’t it simple yet grand?

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A nature lover and dreamer who expresses herself as an artist, fashion designer and blogger. Persued B.Sc fashion design at Karavali College (Mangaluru University 2003 - 2006) with first rank. Former lecturer for fashion designing at Gloria College, Puttur for five years (2006-2011). Blogger since 2013.


  1. That is lovely – so beautiful. I will trying this one myself ;c) Thanks for the ping back.

  2. Reblogged this on bewishful and commented:
    I love this – am a fan of using different materials for making jewellery. I also love the use of the coil of wire :c) I can see a few ribbon pieces in my head already.

    • Thank you so much for the compliment and sharing my post ๐Ÿ™‚ I love to make junk accessories too ๐Ÿ™‚ Keep visiting Tantu ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Dr. Suvarnini Rao Konalr

    Simple yet beautiful :-). Very nice Sindhu

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