I took one look at the wrap choker necklaces and thought, "I could totally make that". It's so simple but adds a little punch to an outfit. I think you can really make these your own by adding any kind of little decoration for the end of the strands and make it your own!
You don't need much for this DIY! I bought small cording that measures 3 yards and bead cones from Michaels. I already had the scissors, tack, and skewer on hand.
I measured about three arm lengths of cord because I wanted to be able to wrap the necklace two times around my neck so if it's up to how long or short you want your necklace to be! I used the skewer to push the cord through the cone just enough and was able to grab the end with the tack. Feel free to use another tool that works better. I just didn't realize how tiny of an opening the cones were and found whatever I could around the house.
My original idea was to only have one cone on each side but then I thought I'd try two of different sizes on each end. The smaller cones actually had a larger opening for the cord so they were even easier to squeeze through.
Lastly, simply tie a small knot to finish them off! Easy peasy right? Now you have a one of kind wrap choker necklace!