Crisp-crystal-and-pearl-pendant. Free Bead Patterns and Ideas by Sandra D Halpenny : Simple Sparkle Necklace Pattern - Free pattern. The Simple Sparkle Necklace pattern is another easy necklace to make.
It uses larger crystals, so it really does sparkle. I really like these easy necklaces, you can take a handful of beads and make a beautiful necklace. A = 11/0 seed bead, main colorB = 11/0 seed bead, 2nd colorC = 6mm crystals Start by waxing and stretching your thread. Use Fireline*, Nymo D or C-Lon & a #11 or #12 beading needle. Row 11. 2. 3. 4. 5. Row 26. a) Pick up 2B, go with thread up through the 3rd & 1st B beads and the 4th A bead, step #2.b) Pick up 1B, go with thread down through the 1st A bead, step #3 and the 1st & 2nd B beads, step #2. 7. 8. a) Pick up 1B, go with thread up through the 3rd & down through the 2nd B beads, step #2.b) Pick up 1B, go with thread down then up, following blue dotted line in illustration go through the loop of beads coming out with working thread up through the 1st B bead added in the next repeat of step #3 to left. 9.
Sandra D. Free pattern for beaded necklace Blackberry Jam. DIY Terrarium Necklace Tutorial. Whitelady Necklace. Delightfully DIY: DIY J.Crew-Inspired Pearl Necklace. True to my OCD tendencies, it has been driving me crazy that I have several DIY posts on Not Without Heels and obviously the rest of my DIY posts on this blog.
I want them organized and all in the same place. So - I decided to move the few tutorials I have over there to Delightfully DIY. I'm not changing anything when I move the post, aside from updating images with new watermarks (again - to satisfy my OCD need for things to be the same) and resizing (because for some reason I decided to make my images here about 20 px wider than on my other blog). As I post them here, I'll update the original post on Not Without Heels with a link to the post. Or maybe if I'm feeling super ambitious I'll figure out a way to forward that page to the new page here. Here is the original post: A couple days ago I decided to try and come up with some new ideas to use up some of the beads I have had forever and the result has been me in a bit of a jewelry-making frenzy since then. Little Wishes - Beyond Beyond.
Well, we are dusting off our obligatory black armband over in Beyond Beyond land for one of our most favourite shops ever – Early Bright (mega sad face) they have been the purveyors of some delicious and inspirational bling that is more art than jewellery. And we just want to share one of the most beautiful pieces every a wish in a jar. We used to shake dandelion bushes when we were little in the vain belief that we would get a Barbie dream house, Michael Jackson tickets, the ability to breakdance overnight (although we never progressed beyond being able to do backspins), millionaire moolah, or our favourite wish was that we had been dropped off at the wrong house (sorry parental units) and we were really the offspring of some family with the financial clout of Daddy Warbucks and the Rothschild’s combined. About the author I'm the big kahuna with the whole shebang. Amma = Idiot + Savant. Simple beaded pendant. Faux Milk Glass Jewelry Pendants.
DIY faux milk glass necklace charms. - This easy craft is brought to by Plaid Crafts… all opinions are my own. - What I love about crafting is the freedom that time gives you to experiment. Make your own cabochon-like pieces without messy clay or resin? The Mod Melts come in two shades of plastic material… milk glass and sea glass. Want to see how to make them? How to make faux milk glass jewelry Supplies needed: Mod Podge Mod Melts Mod Podge Mod Molds High temperature mini glue gun Jewelry bails Jewelry glue Toothpicks Paint and sponge brush (optional) Instructions: Warm up your hot glue gun.
Allow the melted material to cool for 10 minutes. Optional step: If you want to add a little more color or interest to your pendant, you can coat the plastic in all kind of paint (craft paint, nail polish, alcohol ink, etc.). Attach each mod melt shape to a metal jewelry bail using a dollop of strong glue designed for jewelry. DIY Turquoise Triangle Necklace. I am head over heels for all things from Lizzie Fortunato.
The combination of earthy, vintage, and a little luxury is just my cup of tea (which is Darjeeling, the champagne of teas, in case you wondered). I've been lusting after this necklace sold exclusively on Shopbop for months, and after what seemed like an eternity over searching for the right beads, I finally put together a DIY version. The hardest part was sourcing the beads, but everything else was a cinch!
Ombre necklaces. Necklace projects and tutorials. Necklace web pages and links.