Piece of Cowskin from Spitafields Market, Lace top – COS, Blouse – Silence & Noise

Other than the fact that I had to look up how to use an eyelet puncher to realize I’ve been using a completely wrong tool this DIY should take you roughly 10 minutes. I had a piece of cow skin I bought at Spitafields Market lying around and some broken F21 jewellery. Punched two eyelet holes at the ends, chained it up, took apart the broken jewellery and glued it on using a gluegun. Piece of cake! Or should I say, piece of cow? (ha.ha…)

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  1. MOOlicious! I LOVE this! Have you ever thought of selling your DIYs? I think you should! ;)

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  2. Nice job, this DIY is quite stylish!

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  3. amazing! great stuff!

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  4. I love this project. I just bought an eyelet puncher today and am confused on how it works. Why they would leave out instructions is beyond me.

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  5. Not exactly sure what I’m looking at, but I like it!!

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  6. This is a cool DIY! You’re so creative :)

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  7. This is a very effective piece. I like the feel of the shiny metal/drapey chains against the soft skin. I wouldn’t have picked you for a cowhide wearing girl though…

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  8. May

    So smart! I am so proud of you!

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  9. wow awesome!

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  10. ADORABLE AND INGENIOUS

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  11. haha =) Great DIY again, Shini!

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  12. That looks amazing! Well done! x

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  13. Ah, pretty! Peharps I’ll have to make my own version of this one.

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  14. excellent!

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  15. This is cool! And very unique because I have never seen a cowhide bib before. Great job!

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  16. That’s so cool DIY!

    juliet xxx

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  17. I love this..

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  19. very inspiring. i love yours diys.

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  20. i love it!!!definity will try:)

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  21. Wonderful idea – I love it!

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  22. wow! great! I will try it)

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  23. GORGEOUS!!! Would be a great accessory to wear round a short skirt/shorts?!

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  24. This is genius!! who would’ve thought cowhide would make a very cool bib?? Very nice =)

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  25. janet

    it is soo cool~!
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  26. pretty darn good

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  27. AMAZING! i love this diy!

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  28. amazing x

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  29. oh my god you are truly amazing.

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  30. You’ve outdone yourself on this one.

    Amazing!

    xx

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  31. This is amazing Shini! Seriously!!! I absolutely love how you used the cowhide as a base for a necklace/chain decorations. So clever.

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  32. so original!

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  33. this is super lovely. :] inspires me to take it further into some more diy ideas…

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  34. this is so lovely…and it looks expensive!!! :D

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  35. wow! that is out of this world amazing! How do you come up with these things???

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  36. is this something i should have seen somewhere or is it your own design? any which way it looks very chic and like something mr. lagerfeld woluld have made

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  39. that is one of the best pieces of jewelry I have ever seen! DIY or not …just amazing!

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  42. Laura

    poor little animal :(

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    replied:

    :( Sorry

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  45. very chic!

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  46. I relly like your wonderfull idea ¡¡
    So sorry about my english,cause I´am from : San sebastian, Spain.
    Could you take a look to my jewelry, maybe if you see it, you will love with it ¡¡
    Thank you so much for your time
    Bets regards
    Rachel

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  47. very,very,good….anch’io ho fatto una cosa simile,lo posterò sul mio blog…a presto idania….

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