Beautiful Chain Tassel Pendant Necklace DIY

Sometimes you just want to make an “wow” piece! Why not make this tassel pendant necklace with crystal beaded hoop? You just need a few beautiful jewelry making supplies!

Beautiful Chain Tassel Pendant Necklace DIY

Materials for making the tassel pendant necklace:
-crystal glass beads (I used 4mm)
-a ready-made hoop for earrings
-a jumpring
-some chain
-a tassel (I also used an end cap to make my tassel more beautiful)

You’ll also need flat-nose pliers and round-nose pliers
Beautiful Chain Tassel Pendant Necklace DIY

Glue the tassel in the ending cap. Then take the hoop and thread the beads the way you like and the tassel in the middle.
Beautiful Chain Tassel Pendant Necklace DIY

To secure the hoop use your flat pliers the way you see in the picture.
Beautiful Chain Tassel Pendant Necklace DIY

This is how it should look like when secured.
Beautiful Chain Tassel Pendant Necklace DIY

I glued some small decorations on that gap between the beads where the hoop is secured.
Beautiful Chain Tassel Pendant Necklace DIY

Finally with a jumpring attach your new pendant to the chain.
Beautiful Chain Tassel Pendant Necklace DIY

That’s it! Wear it and be happy!
Beautiful Chain Tassel Pendant Necklace DIY

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Fantastic Bib Necklaces Designed by Evgeniy Slomintsev

Hello guys! Happy Friday! The weekend is coming, it’s really excited to think about it, right? As usual, today I’m here to share you some of our customers’ beadworks. Today’s works are big beaded bib necklaces, and they all designed by our brilliant customer Evgeniy Slomintsev. Let’s have a look together!

Amazing red beaded bib necklace

Amazing Red Bead Bib Necklace

Materials needed: red abacus glass beads, red drop glass beads, red oval glass beads, red resin flowers, Tibetan style chandelier components, antique bronze spacer beads, Tibetan style bead caps, Tibetan style bead spacers, brass crimp beads, lobster claw clasps, and jewelry wire.

Black bib statement necklace

Black Bib Statement Necklace

Materials needed: 4x3mm abacus glass beads, 8x6mm abacus glass beads, 6mm round glass beads, 12mm round glass beads, golden acrylic beads, headpins, jump rings, clasps, and jewelry wire.

Crystal beaded bib necklace

Crystal Beaded Bib Necklace

Materials needed: 6mm crackle glass beads, 8mm crackle glass beads, 10mm crackle glass beads, 8x6mm abacus crystal beads, 4x3mm abacus crystal beads, filigree links, silver seed beads, silver drop, clasps, and jewelry wire.

Mix turquoise beaded bib necklace

Mix Turquoise Beads Bib Necklace

Materials needed: various turquoise beads, butterfly pendant, leaf pendants, cone bead caps, four leaf clover pendants, brass bead caps, cross chains, headpins, jump rings, and clasps.

Wow! That too many of materials! I think those may be the longest material lists for customers’ beadworks so far! Those bib necklaces are really great jobs! It must take a long time to make such wonderful works. I do admire Evgeniy Slomintsev’s patience and her talent for jewelry making. And apart from these four splendid bib necklaces, Evgeniy Slomintsev also made some wonderful dreamcatchers, which are my favorite decors.

dreamcatchers

Wanna see more of Evgeniy Slomintsev’s works, visit her page here.

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A Special Customers’ Beadwork Show

Hello guys! Customers’ beadwork show again! Recently, we’ve shared you many of our customers’ beadworks, but why this time is special? Wanna know the difference? Well, let’s see the beadworks first, and I’ll tell you the difference later. LOL~

Amethyst crystal pendant necklaces & Drusy crystal gold pendant necklace

Amethyst Pendant Necklace and Drusy Crystal Pendant Necklace

Designer: Natalie Shaw from Doodlecraft Blog
Main materials: amethyst pendants, silver chains, barrel clasps and jump rings; drusy crystal pendant, gold chain, lobster clasps and jump rings.
It’s pretty easy to make those cute pendant necklaces, all you need is to gather the materials and link them together. What I want to say is those pendants are sooo beautiful!

Multi strand beaded chain necklaceBeaded Chain Necklace

Designer: Rachel Nielsen from Adventure of a DIY Mom
Main materials: beaded chain, chain, lobster clasp, and jump rings
This necklace is very simple in design, but it’s pretty indeed. If you wanna make one, just pay attention to the combination of bead links and chains.

Beaded wrap bracelet

Beaded Wrap Bracelet

Designer: Yin from Pretty Quirky Pants
Main materials: pearls, bronze spacers, skull bead, waxed cord, and tiger tail
Wrapped bracelets always function as friendship bracelets, this cool pearl bead wrap bracelet could be a great gift for your BFF.

Cluster drop necklaceCluster Drop Necklace

Designer: Julie from Sum of Their Stories
Main materials: red drop acrylic beads, chain, jump rings, and lobster clasp
It’s gorgeous! I love the arrangement of those shiny drop beads!

Prehnite necklace and bracelet

Prehnite Bead Necklace and Bracelet

Designer: Mei Tan from Wire Bliss Design
Main materials: natural prehnite nuggets, box link stainless steel chain, and lobster claw clasp
I love the color of those prehnite nuggets, they remind me of spring lake water, clean and fresh.

Okay, today’s customers’ beadwork show is over, do you like their designs? And if you still remember, now I’m gonna answer the question we’ve mentioned at the very beginning. The difference is between the materials. What we’ve showed you before are beadworks provided by our customers who brought our products and submitted their works to our website. But the works I list here are made with free pandahall products!

If you read this post carefully, you’ll find there are blogs after the designers’ names. Yes, currently we are looking for jewelry making bloggers to try our free samples, if you are a jewelry/craft maker or bead lover, don’t miss this chance! More details please contact us at [email protected].

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How to Make an Emoji necklace

Hello guys! Happy Saturday! Today I’d like to share you a tutorial on how to make an eye-catching emoji necklace. In recent years, emoji has become an inseparable part of our daily life, and I bet there is no doubt that all the young people are quite familiar with those cute little expressions. So when I found our friend Allison has made an emoji necklace, I decided to share the detailed tutorial with you guys here.

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It looks so cool right? Let’s see how to make it!

Jewelry making supplies for the emoji necklace:
Pliers
Rhinestone beads
Chains
Polymer clay
Emoji stickers
Tissue blade
Paintbrush
Clear gloss glaze

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How to make the emoji charm necklace:
Step 1: Choose the emoji stickers you want as your charms. Take a piece of polymer clay and gently roll it out, make sure the clay is about 3mm thick and evenly rolled out.

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Step 2: Carefully peel off the sticker and stick it on the clay. Press it down and burnish it gently. Then cut off the excess clay.

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Step 3: Continue trimming the clay, and use your blade to get right up against the sticker. Then use your finger to smooth out the edges.

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Step 4: Make a vertical hole in the clay with a needle, make sure the hole goes through the clay. Repeat all the steps above to make all your clay charms, and then put them in a toaster oven at about 125 degree, bake them about 20 minutes. Remember don’t use high temp, or the stickers will be burned.

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Step 5: Polish all the charms with clear gloss glaze and let them air dry.

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Step 6: Connect the charms with headpins and add them to the necklace chain.

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Step 7: Make rhinestone bead charms and add them to the chain. Then finish the cool charm necklace by adding a clasp.

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Now, here goes the finished emoji necklace:

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It’s so cute and definitely on trend! If you wanna be a trendsetter, this charm necklace is absolutely a good try!

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This tutorial comes from quietlioncreations.com, more tutorials see lc.pandahall.com. Or if you have any funny jewelry making ideas, welcome to share with us!

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