PandaHall Tutorial on Wire Wrapped Cute Rabbit Necklace

Today, let’s make a cute rabbit necklace. Materials we need are as follow, are you ready?

10 mm Pink Pearl Beads 

4 mm Glass Pearl Beads 

0.3 mm Copper Jewelry Wire

0.5 mm Copper Jewelry Wire

Iron Cable Chains

Iron Jump Rings

Silver Lobster Claw Clasps

Jewelry Pliers Set

Firstly, take out a piece of 0.5 mm copper wire, form a half circle around the pink pearl.

Curve the rest wire into two waves, which are similar to the ears of rabbit;

Put the pearl into the half circle, tighten the wire, cut off redundant wire and form a circle on both ends.

Then, use 0.3 mm copper wire to connect both sides, thread through the hole in bottom and string the pink pearl.

The copper wire keep getting caught around “ears”, thread through 4mm pearl, make a knot.

Repeat these performances to other side. Trim the wire by pliers.

Finally, connect the jump ring with necklace cable chain and pendant, connect lobster claw clasps with chain.

Ta-Da, wire wrapped cute rabbit necklace is accomplished!!!

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PandaHall Tutorial on How to Make a Beaded Flower Choker Necklace

Hello, my friends, happy weekend! Let’s take a look of today’s jewelry work, a beaded necklace, looks so sweet and pretty, these flowers made of glass beads are so charming. Come and learn how to make a flower choker, wear it, you will look gorgeous.

The materials needed:
4x4mm Bicone Glass Beads
Iron Jump Rings
Lobster Claw Clasps
Clear Nylon Wire

String three clear glass beads and a blue glass bead onto the nylon wire.
Thread one end through these four beads again.
Make a knot, cut off one end, notice where the nylon wire is.

Add five blue glass beads to the wire, thread through the blue glass bead as picture shows, we made a blue circle.
String a orange glass bead, then through the blue bead on the other side, so we successfully strung the orange bead to the middle of the blue circle.

Thread through the orange bead and the blue bead next to it again. We made the flower pattern more fixed, then repeat beading to make more flowers.
String four clear beads and a brown bead, put the brown bead in the middle.

As shown, thread through the blue bead, pull the wire, move it to the brown bead.
Add five brown beads to the wire, then thread though the brown bead we added before.
String a green bead, put it in the middle of the brown circle. Thread through the brown bead next to it. Then repeat beading. You can follow our beading sequence or choose those colors you like to finish this choker. Adjust the length of the choker according to your personal situation.

Make a knot at the end, cut off the excess wire. Open two jump rings with jewelry pliers, then connect the jump rings, a claw clasp and the choker.

Wearing this DIY crystal beaded flower choker, you can draw a lot of attention from others. Follow the tutorial, you can make a stunning and unique necklace for yourself or friends. It’s easy to customize with your favorite colors and jewelry beads, also you can make a bracelet to match this choker. Are you ready for a beach party? Have a try!

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PandaHall Jewelry Tutorial on Pearl Necklace and Earrings Set

Hello, guys, today we bring you a beading tutorial. Mainly to show you some beading skills. We made a pearl necklace, and if you want, you can use the same method to make a pair of earrings to match the necklace. It takes patience to complete this jewelry set, hope you can try it.

Materials needed:
8mm White Glass Pearl Beads (13)
4mm white glass Pearl Beads (179)
3mm golden Iron Spacer Beads (86)
Golden Earring Hooks (2)
0.2mm Clear Nylon Wire
Golden Claw Clasp (1)
Jewelry Pliers Set
Jump Rings (4)
scissors

The tutorial:
String a golden bead, a pearl (4mm), a golden bead, a pearl(4mm) onto the nylon thread.
Thread through these beads except the last pearl and tighten. Make knots to fix the beads.
The first basic pattern is finished by now.
Repeat beading to make basic pattern.
Add 2 pearls(4mm) and 1 golden bead, the golden bead in the middle.
Thread through the golden bead at the right, and tighten. String these beads back and forth to fix the beads.
Stop beading until there are 26 pearls on the wire.

Thread through the golden bead as picture shows.
Add 8 pearls(4mm) and 3 golden beads as shown.
Thread through the right golden bead to form a circle. Thread through the 2 pearls and the golden bead that we just added.
String a 8mm pearl, put it in the bead circle.
Thread through the golden bead on the other side, tighten the thread.
Thread through the middle 8mm pearl.
Thread through the golden bead and the next pearl.
Thread through the golden bead at the right and the pearl, we made beads into flower pattern.
String 2 pearls(4mm) and 1 golden bead to the thread, the golden bead in the middle.
Thread through the right golden bead.

Thread through the upper pearl(4mm) and the right golden bead, we made a basic pattern.
Repeat previous steps to make flower pattern and the linking bead parts.
String 7 pearls(4mm) and 3 golden beads to form a circle.
Thread through these beads back and forth to fix the beads.

Add 1 pearl(8mm), thread through the surrounding beads to fix the pattern.
We move the thread to the upper golden bead’s position.
Add 1 pearl(4mm), 1 golden bead, 1 pearl(4mm).
Thread through the upper golden bead, the upper pearl bead and the right golden bead in order.
Repeat previous steps, continue adding beads to make flower pattern, basic pattern and fix the beads.

According to your own needs, you can also adjust the length of the necklace by adding more beads.
Use jewelry pliers to pull open jump rings. Thread through the golden beads at the end to add jump rings. Add 1 jump ring and 1 clasp to one end, and 1 jump ring to the other end.
Through the same beading method, you can DIY a pair of earrings to match your necklace.
So we finished this “V” pearl beaded necklace.

How do you think of this necklace? If you are interested in other crafts ideas, welcome to visit Inspiration Projects at PandaHall.com, or you have any creative ideas, welcome to comment too. Have a nice day!

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PandaHall Tutorial on Double Strand Amethyst Bead Necklace

Hello, guys, happy to see you all here! So what’s your plan for weekend?Anyway, happy weekend to all! How about DIY a super Charming Choker Necklace? Get ready for your beach party. Let’s start our journey! Hope you like it and have a try.

The materials and jewelry tools needed:
7mm Natural Amethyst Beads
4mm Silver Round Spacer Beads
0.8mm Nylon Thread
5cm Iron Chain Extender
Lobster Claw Clasps
Jump Rings
Flat Nose Pliers
Round Nose Pliers
Scissors
Lighter

Use two jewelry pliers to pull open a jump ring, connect the jump ring and a clasp.Prepare a nylon thread, thread it through the jump ring, make two ends same length.
Prepare a short nylon thread, fold it from the middle.
Wrap the long thread using one end of the short thread.
Through the loop, pull the other end of the short thread.

Cut off the excess ends, use flame to seal them.
String a silver bead, move to the top.
Place the right thread under the left thread, then through the thread loop, pull tight.
Place the right thread over the left thread. Through the loop, then pull.

String a amethyst bead onto the left nylon thread.
Place the right thread under the left thread, let it through the loop, pull tight.
Place the right thread over the left thread, through the loop, then pull tight.
Repeat the previous steps to add beads.

When the length is long enough, stop beading.
String a jump ring, prepare a short nylon thread, fold it.
Use the short nylon thread to wrap the end, pull tight, then through the thread loop, pull tight.
Cut off the excess ends, use flame to seal them.

Make another shorter or longer bead strand, connect these two strands, you get a double strand beaded necklace.
Use the pliers to pull open the jump ring, attach the chain extender to the necklace. A charming choker is finished.

In addition to this kind of beads, you can also use other gemstone beads, or beads you like, and use your favoriate color to customize this necklace.

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PandaHall DIY Jewelry Tutorial on Ocean Style Necklace

Have you got some summer jewelry ideas? Do you like ocean style jewelry? Today’s PandaHall tutorial on how to make a pendant necklace with glass beads and pearls is a wonderful choice for you!

Materials we need:
6mm glass pearl beads(Dark blue/blue/light blue/white)
6mm faceted glass beads(Light blue / blue/ white)
6mm clear glass beads
Shell charms
Tibetan style starfish pendants
Silver iron jump rings
Lobster claw clasps
2mm crimp beads
0.38mm tiger tail wire
Brass Bead Tips
Silver iron cable chains
Jewelry pliers

Step 1: Thread these glass beads onto the wire and fix them

Thread the wire through one knot cover and a crimp bead.
Use the flat nose pliers to flatten the crimp bead, fold the excess part of the wire, clamp it and the clamp bead together. Cover this part and use the flat nose pliers to fasten it.
Start beading. As the picture shows, string beads of different colors onto the wire in order.
Repeat beading according to the sequence.
After we finished beading, follow the previous steps, to make the other ending part.

Step 2: Make the beaded links with the pearls and eye pins

Take one link as an example to explain how to operate.
Thread a eye pin through a dark blue pearl bead
Use the flat nose plies to fold the eye pin and diagonal side cutting pliers to cut off the excess part of the eye pin.
Use the round nose pliers to make a loop. A simple pearl bead link is finished.
Keep making pearl bead links one by one using the same method.

Step 3: Make pendants

Connect these beaded links to the glass bead strand. (Use pliers to pull open the loops of these links, after connecting two parts, use pliers to close the loops)
Start adding shell charms and starfish pendants.
Use round nose pliers and flat nose pliers to pull open jump rings, thread these pendants and charms.
Connect these pendants and charms to the pearl links.

Step 4: Finish the ending part

Use pliers to pull open jump rings, then connect cable chain, necklace main part and the heart shape claw clasp.
Tutorial ends here.

Wow, this ocean style necklace looks so charming! I think it suits summer so much! It must be super popular among stylish girls! And it’s super easy to make too. How do you like it? Are you interested in PandaHall tutorials? If yes, hope you enjoy yourself and have a nice try~

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