Delicate Multi-Drop Necklace

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Intermediate 1 to 2 hours NECKLACES

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Creativity Magazine - Issue 46 - May 2014

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Attach 7 marquis marcasite connectors to large jump rings. Thread a small green crystal onto an eyepin and turn the end to a loop. Attach at the bottom of the marcasite connectors using a small jump ring

2

Cut beading wire to measure approximately 35cm. Attach one end to a jump ring using a crimp bead. Thread on a gold bead.

3

Thread on a pearl, a green crystal and another pearl. Add a small gold bead.

4

Repeat step 3, 7 more times, but replacing the gold bead with one of the connectors on jump rings.

5

Repeat step 3, 7 more times, but replacing the gold bead with one of the connectors on jump rings.

6

Finish the beaded section by attaching a jump ring with a crimp bead.

7

Trim 4 lengths of gold chain each measuring 12cm. Attach jump rings at one end of each pair. Attach the other ends of each pair to the jump rings on the end of the beaded sections.

8

Add the two parts of a toggle clasp to complete.

Hi there! My earliest memory of crafting is sitting with my Nan embroidering when I was tiny. Since then I’ve enjoyed cross-stitch, knitting, & a multitude of paper-crafting techniques. I have been making cards for years but really became hooked when I was introduced to heat embossing. I’ve been addicted to paper, brads, ribbon, stamps, beads, wire…. ever since! I’m really looking forward to meeting you to show you what you can achieve with all the wonderful products available to you!

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