DIY Yarn Tassel Long Necklace!

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Do you have yarn scraps? Do not through them away… let’s make a beautiful and easy Tassel Necklace!!!

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What are we going to need for Yarn Tassel Necklace:
– Colored Bead
Metal Large Chain Connector
Silver Plated Chain
– Yarn Scraps
– Jump Rings
– Headpin
– Plier Set

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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.

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Step 2: Cut a large piece of the silver chain. Use a second jump ring to connect the pendant with the chain.

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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.

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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!

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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!

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Beach themed charm bracelet DIY

I love how the charms move when you wear a charm bracelet but for this one I wanted to incorporate beads too. 

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Here’s what I’m using :

-Aluminium chain
-A few glass beads
-A lobster clasp
-2 metallic beads
-Jumprings
-Headpins
-Jewelry stringing wire
-crimp beads
-Various beach themed charms and beads _DSC0398First choose the charms you want to use and add jumprings to them. If you use any beads add headpins and jumpring._DSC0399Measure your wrist and add a couple of cm to it. Cut a piece of chain approximately half that size and add the lobster clasp._DSC0400edited

Now using crimp beads, attach the chain to a piece of stringing wire.

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String the beads and secure using another crimp bead.

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Finally attach all the charms on the chain.

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So what do you think of my new beach-themed charm bracelet? Would you try to make your own?

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Effortless chain beaded earrings

This beautiful pair of earrings will become your favourite! You can add a touch of glam on any outfit and yet they are so simple!

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Materials :
-4 small pieces of dainty chain
-2 earring hooks
-4 teardrop glass beads
-8 small beads (4mm)
-4 headpins
-2 eyepins
-Round-nose pliers and flat-nose pliers

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First make sure you have 4 pieces of chain in total, each pair of chains should not be the same size but assymetrical.

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Slide each teardrop bead to each headpin and make a loop at the end of each one.

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Now take each headpin with the beads and attach them to each one of the chain pieces. Every earring needs to have two chain pieces.

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Take four beads and slide them to an eyepin and secure with another loop. Make two pairs of four beads each.

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Attach those eyepins to the chains. A pair of chains to one eyepin with beads.

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Finally attach the earring hooks!

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Your beautiful new chain beaded earrings are ready to wear!

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DIY Multi Strand Chain Summer Bracelet!!!

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Isn’t it really annoying to create jewels and to always have these small chain scraps that are not able to use them in any other project? I have to admit that I have a small collection of such scraps and I just find a way to use them again for a bracelet! Let’s create it together!

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Materials for Multi Strand Chain Bracelet:
Chain ( I have used three different types of chains)
– Jump Rings
Gold Toggle Clasp
– Head Pin
– Millefiori Bead
– Plier Set

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Step 1: First choose what chains are you going to use. I have used a gold plated chain, a turquoise and gold chain and a handmade beaded chain. Cut three pieces (one from each) in the same length.

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Use a jump ring in each end of every chain and connect them to a larger jump ring.

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Step 2: Finish the bracelet by using your favorite type of lobster (I have use a gold plated toggle clasp). The main body of your jewel is ready. You can enjoy it as it or add a small beautiful detail!

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Step 3: This is mandatory, but it will make your bracelet unique. Just use a Millefiori bead, pass it in the head pin and create a loop. Connect it with a jump ring with one of your chains!

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Happy Crafting!

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DIY Boho Beaded Loop Earrings!

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I love colors and beads and boho style and loop earrings! What about you? Let’s create together a gorgeous pair of loop earrings in bohemian style in less than 10 minutes!!!!

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Materials for Boho Beaded Loop Earrings:
Loop Earrings (I have use Loops in Antique Bronze color)
– Fabric or Ribbon scraps
– White Volcanic Lava Beads 
– Dusty Pink Eye of the Cat Beads
– Head pins
– Jump Rings
– Scissor
– Plier Set

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Step 1: These is a really easy diy and it will take less than 10 minutes. Start by creating the bead part of the earrings. Pass the beads in the order you like in a headpin and create with the plier a loop at the end.

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Use a jump ring to connect it with the hoop earrings.

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Step 2: Cut small pieces of the fabric or ribbon you like

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and create two simple knots on the earrings.

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Happy Crafting!!!

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