Need to know how to make a guitar pick necklace? So, you've decided to make your passion for guitar-playing into a do-it-yourself fashion statement, but you're not sure where to start. The good news is that it's not hard to make a guitar pick necklace, and you probably already have everything you need to make one.
- Choose a guitar pick. If you use your favorite guitar pick to make your necklace, keep in mind it may not be as much of a pleasure to use after you have made a necklace out of it. Consider an old, worn-out guitar pick that you no longer find useful.
- Punch a hole in the pick with a paper hole-puncher. You want a nice, clean hole in your guitar pick, not a jagged-looking one you're not proud to put on display. The same hole-puncher you use to punch holes through stacks of paper for 3-ring notebooks is strong enough to bore through a piece of plastic. Line up your pick with the hole-puncher and press down on it hard and fast. This should leave you with a clean-cut hole in your pick.
- Decide on a chain. You can go to the store to buy a new chain or pick one out from your current collection. If you're into Jerry Garcia, a hemp chain may be nice. If you prefer Randy Rhodes, something gold may be more agreeable. This is up to you.
- Put the guitar pick on the chain. After you have slid the guitar pick on your chosen chain, just close the catch. Now you're ready to show the world your guitar pick necklace.
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