Ok ladies! You said you wanted to know how to make this Glamour and Lace Necklace...so here it is.
Materials: 1/2" scalloped lace gathered on one side, piece of jewelry (old broach, earring, pin), eye pin, jump ring, felt in matching color to the lace, chain, hot glue gun
Step 2: In the next series of photos, I have cut a circle of red felt that is approximately 1 1/2" in diameter. The lace has been cut to approximately 2' long. Lay your eye pin centered on the felt circle. Be sure the eye is flat. You'll want the jump ring to be perpendicular to the flower so that the chain lays correctly. Run a line of hot glue over the top of the pin around about 1/4 of the way around the circle. Begin attaching the gathered side of the lace to the felt circle.
Step 3: In the last photo, I had gone one complete circle. Continue gluing the lace down all the way around the circle until you have a section of felt left that is roughly a nickle to a dime in size. Leave a tail of lace about 1 1/2" long. Cut off the excess lace. Apply a larger amount of glue to the center circle and fold the tail of lace inward and glue down. My pin was a bit too large, so I applied a bit of glue to the inside of the lace of the innermost circle. I pushed it inward and glued it down. Apply glue on the back of your jewelry piece. Mine has holes in the jewelry piece so simply applying a large bead of glue to the flower would cause the glue to ooze between those holes. If there were no holes, you could do it that way. Instead, I chose to apply the glue to the back somewhat sparingly...then pulled the lace back and pushed the jewelry piece into the center of the flower. Be sure to add the jump ring to your eye pin!
Step 4: Thread the chain through the jump ring and you are done!!
Please feel free to ask me any questions.
**One tip: as you are gluing your lace down around the circle, place the jewelry piece in the center to get an idea of how far inward you need to glue the lace down. If you have a smaller piece, you won't need to do this.**