pliers (better if specifically made for jewellery), Jump rings, 2+metre average sized chain, 0.5m slightly bigger chain, ruler to measure during making.
At the front dip, cut the chain in half and as shown above, and link a jump ring. Cut the thicker-ringed chain as long as you want it (I cut mine to 14cm and folded in half – therefore having double) and attach that to the jump ring as well.
Yeah, I’m a bit late on this trend…who cares! My mummy still wears flares…who cares! (THAT RHYMED)
The chains I bought have a slightly less grunge but a bit more fairy-like aspect to its metal and chains. I found them in our school shop so I’m presuming they were stocked for the jewellery students. As I said, due to the nature of the metal, it looks more like princess jewellery. Make sure you choose the right chain (read: thicker and more sturdy) for the right effect.