Do you have yarn scraps? Do not through them away… let’s make a beautiful and easy Tassel Necklace!!!
What are we going to need for Yarn Tassel Necklace:
– Colored Bead
– Metal Large Chain Connector
– Silver Plated Chain
– Yarn Scraps
– Jump Rings
– Plier Set
Step 1: Let’s start by creating our pendant. Use a pin and a jump ring to connect the colored bead with the large normal link.
Step 2: Cut a large piece of the silver chain. Use a second jump ring to connect the pendant with the chain.
Step 3: Since the necklace is long, there is no need to use a lobster, but close the two edges with jump ring. The main necklace is ready. Let’s use the yarn scraps now.
Step 4: Use a large piece of the yarn. pass it from a jump ring which is connected to the free side of the link and make a simple knot. Cut the remaining yarn pieces and your tassel is ready!
Step 5: I love to have small details on my jewelry, so a tiny turquoise sparkle on the chain will make it even more cute. Just use a small scrap from the yarn and make a simple knot on the chain! Your necklace is ready! Full of minimal but full of colors and just great to enjoy it with monochrome style or a more Summer one!
Summer time is so inspiring for jewelry making! This time I made an one-of-a-kind, easily customised pendant using a beautiful sea shell.
– A big sea shell drilled with a hole
-1 earring hook
-A lobster clasp
-Eyepin or headpin
First take the eyepin and connect the sea shell with a couple of the chips.
Now thread your beads like this into the earring hook and secure the hoop using your flat nose pliers.
Next, connect the sea shell to the earring hoop you just made.
Your one-of-a-kind sea shell pendant is ready and you can now attach it to the chain with a jumpring.
Finally, attach the clasp.
Wear it and enjoy summer!
You can add a pop of colour with this beautiful and classy chain and pearl necklace! Let’s see how you can make it!
– dainty chain
– headpins or eyepins
– a glass connector in mint colour
– 8 small pearl beads
– a lobster clasp
– teardrop glass bead
First take a headpin and cut the head. Make a loop using round-nose pliers and thread 4 pearls. Secure with another loop. Make another one like this.
Now open one side of each eyepin and connect them both with the connector.
Measure a piece of chain to your neck, cut it and connect it with the central piece you’ve just made.
Finally connect the lobster clasp.
The necklace is not done yet! You can add a nice surprise to it so it can be seen from your back too! Thread a headpin to the tear-drop bead and form a loop.
Connect the tear-drop bead to a small piece of chain.
Finally attach the chain to the back of the necklace. This way your necklace will be cute from the back side too! Ideal for all those backless summer dresses right?
I hope you like it and give this necklace a try!
Today we are making an elegant necklace with pearls and beautiful colors that reminds us summer is near! If you want a necklace you can wear everyday and add a touch of color to any outfit, this colorful classy necklace is for you!
-dainty sterling silver chain
-sterling silver lobster clasp
-jewelry making wire
-semi-precious tear-drop beads
First using a crimp bead, attach one end of the chain to a piece of jewelry wire like this.
Now start threading your beads to the jewelry wire creating this pattern.
Secure the wire but don’t forget to attach it to the other end of the chain using another crimp bead.
Measure the necklace and cut off any excess chain. Finally attach the lobster clasp.
Enjoy your new necklace and be happy!
Spring is here and I am already thinking of Summer! You know…the sea, the beach, the ice creams, the fun! So, what about a cute full of color Jellyfish Pendant Necklace just for you? Let’s create it together…
Materials for Jelly fish Bead Necklace:
– Crackle Glass beads (I have used 9 beads)
– White Volcanic Lava bead in rodelle schema
– Gold Plated Chain
– Jump Rings
– Gold Plated Lobster
– Plier Set
Step 1: Start by creating the “tentacles” of the jelly fish. Pass the crackle glass bead in a head pin,
cut the pin to make it shorter and with the round nose plier, create a loop.
Use another head pin, pass one single bead on it
and then pass the rest beads from their loops.
Put the last single bead on the top
and again close the loop with the round noise plier tool.
Step 2: Let’s now connect the head of the jellyfish with the tentacles.
For the “head” we are going to use the white volcanic stone bead which its rodelle schema is just perfect! Use a head pin and create a loop in each side.
Using a jump ring, connect the two parts.
Use a jump ring to create a pendant and pass it to the gold plated chain. Use the last jump rings and the lobster at the two ends of the chain.
The necklace is ready!!!! Isn’t it the cutest jelly fish you ever met?