Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Free Project-Swing Necklace

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Supplies:

3 Jangles ceramic pearls
2 brightly colored cane glass rings
5 assorted size and colored coconut shell discs

6" 18 gauge gunmetal wire
18 inches 2mm x 4mm gunmetal chain
2 4mm gunmetal jump rings
1 6mm gunmetal spring clasp

Tools:
Needle Nose Pliers
Chain Nose Pliers
Wire Cutters

Instructions:
1. Take the end of the wire in your needle nose pliers. Turn the wire around the pliers several times to make a loop.

2. String your beads on in any order you would like.

3.Trim the excess wire to an inch in length. Grab that end in the pliers and twist a loop to match the first loop.

4. Open up a jump ring and attach one end of the necklace to one end of chain. Do the same on the second side.

5. Attach the spring clasp to the back of the necklace.

Enjoy!

This project was written by Jennifer Jangles, a.k.a. Jennifer Heynen.

5 comments:

Jeannie said...

Happy, Happy, Joy, Joy. That's me really "feeling" this necklace. Love it, Thanks Jennifer!

Miss Val's Creations said...

Fun necklace project!

TesoriTrovati said...

Lovely! I love making a horizontal focal. This would work with every single thing in my closet. Nice work, Jennifer!
Enjoy the day!
Erin

ViSart-DaLi Happy Mom and Passionate Artisan said...

Lovely colors, thanks for the tuto

SanDiegoBeads said...

Loving the whimsy of the necklace; can't wait to try to make it. Thanks so much for the instruction!