Writer and photographer Brookelyn Morris is the creator behind this upcycled and easy Film Negative Necklace DIY. Morris found a new use for antiquated film negatives by making this choker DIY for any crafter or photographer. The project started after Morris found a pile of old film negatives that she had saved out of habit. Morris decided to give the negatives the craft treatment by refashioning it into a necklace and adding some faux brass findings and amber to spruce it up.
The comprehensive step-by-step tutorial can be found on Craftzine's blog where Morris provides photos and pictures of the finished product. This Film Negative Necklace is great because it promotes artistry and photography while at the same time green initiatives by showcasing all the fun and beautiful ways we can benefit from recycling.
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