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Diy: Braided Bead Necklace

Diy: Braided Bead Necklace
I couldn't have predicted so many jewelry posts. What can I say? I get on kicks. I saw a necklace like this in a store but it was shorter and the braid contained different kinds of beads. An amount of beads, it's hard to say how many, I used about 4 more beads than this jar holds. Next, take two strands of beads and thread the two threads through one bead tip. Repeat for each pair and then repeat on the opposite end, making sure to get the knot as close to the bead tip as possible. Clamp three of the ends to one large jump ring. The braiding part is a little tricky if you don't secure your beads strands to something. *Finally, the note about the clasp. Related:  necklace projects and tutorials

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Make your own charm necklace out of several pearl beads and seed beads To be frank, there are larger numbers of techniques to make your own charm necklace as the style you desire. You can simply turn a photo or treasured bead into a charm pendant. Or if you like, you can also create an entirely distinctive charm necklace out of three kinds of beads: glass beads, Pearlized Acrylic beads and seed beads. Main materials need while making your own charm necklace: 10mm Pearlized Acrylic bead 4mm Pearlized Acrylic bead 4mm Bicone Glass bead 12/0 seed bead Bead cap Chain Eyepin Headpin Tiger tail wire Side Cutting Plier Wire-cutter Plier Round Nose Plier Instructions for making your own charm necklace: Step1: make out the “V” shape skeleton This part is mainly consisted of several linked loops out of two Pearlized Acrylic beads and two Bicone Glass Beads. Pay attention of the center portion of the pendant that in order to shape it into the “V” mark, move the two added Pearlized Acrylic beads into the below working end as the diagram show. Step2: make the four side surfaces 1. 2.

FREE - Black Swan Necklace Jewelry Making Tutorial T118B (Item ID: 101906, End Time : N/A) - DIY Lessons - Learn Jewelry Making With Online Lessons, Videos and PDF Tutorials Another FREE jewelry making tutorial from XQDesigns, made from black pearls and faceted crystals, the elegant Black Swan Necklace. Created by continuously weaving in reverse patterns using 2 needles and beadweaving technique similar to RAW, you’ll be able to create the necklace in different colors. The pattern for the necklace can also be used on different sizes of beads. We also have a Black Sunflower Pendant Jewelry Making Tutorial to match your necklace by clicking this link: Materials: 24 x 10mm Black pearls24 x 8mm Faceted crystals 48 x 6mm Faceted crystals20 x 6mm Black pearls (might need more depending on length of necklace)48 x 3mm Black pearls120 cm (47 inches) Nylon Thread Tools: Flat Nose PliersScissors2 Beading needles File format: PDF Number of steps: 13 Page count: 10 File size: 1.29 MB Delivery: The tutorial is FREE to download.

Création de bijoux : des kits bijoux, breloques et pendentifs pour créer vos bijoux sur - Création de bijoux sur Free pattern for beaded necklace Tori Free pattern for beaded necklace Tori U need: seed beads 11/0 pearl beads 4 mm pearl beads 6 mm bicone beads 4 mm bicone beads 6mm faceted drops Click to get book about Beading Related posts: Tags: necklace, necklace pattern, pattern Color Scheme Designer mode d'emploi Vous avez des peintures ou dessins à encadrer... et inévitablement se pose le problème du choix des couleurs du biseau, du passe-partout et du cadre ! Vous refaites la déco de votre salon... et vous hésitez sur la tonalité générale des rideaux... Vous ne savez pas quels papiers choisir pour votre page de scrapbooking. Créer des harmonies de couleurs... voilà bien le problème ! Certaines d'entre vous n'ont aucune difficulté à sentir d'instinct les gammes à assortir... d'autres au contraire se sentent démunies au moment du choix des couleurs. Si vous faites partie de la seconde catégorie... n'hésitez pas : le COLOR SCHEME DESIGNER est un outil magique qui va vous simplifier grandement la vie !!! Bref rappel de la théorie des couleurs... Tout le monde connaît le cercle chromatique : il est formé par les 3 couleurs primaires (jaune, bleu, rouge), 3 secondaires (obtenue par mélange en parts égales des 3 primaires : vert, orange et violet) puis les 6 couleurs tertiaires... Par exemple : 1. 2. 3.

DIY Crystal Coral Necklace Beading Tutorial What can you say about this necklace? I created the necklace hoping you guys will like it It’s a variation of the Double Needle Right Angle Weave, showing what you can do with the technique. The length of the necklace is 18 inches. The shape of the bicones when weaved into units of right angle weave creates a lace-like effect on the bicones, perfect for low-neck and V shaped outfit. With crystals you can wear this on formal occasions and using other colors you can be as hip and casual, even with plain jeans. Materials Needed:4mm crystal bicones 8/0 bronze seed beads 13 x 15mm x 12.5mm coral briolette clasp 2 crimp beads 2 calotte Nylon thread Tools Needed: Scissors flat nose pliers Terms and description: RAW – right angle weave units of RAW – sets of right angle weave Step 1: Attaching the clasp Cut 72 inches nylon thread. Slide in a calotte at both threads. Press the crimp bead and then close the calotte to cover the crimp bead. Then cross both threads into a 4mm bicone. You’re done!

Rocailles - Bracelet Scaer… - Bracelet Scaer… - Bracelet Résille… - Entre Deux Mers… - Bracelet Lesely… - Bracelet India… - Collier Spirale"… - Bracelet Résille… - Bracelet Sogo… - Bracelet India… - Le Monde des perles Dimanche 21 octobre 7 21 /10 /Oct 12:35 Et encore un Bracelet Scaer en Violet et Rose cette fois-ci Mille merci à Alexargai pour son schéma Le Bracelet est réalisé avec: Des Super Duo Chalk White Lilas Luster de chez Total Rocailles Des Drops 28/0250 de chez Les Perles de Paline Des Miyuki 11/4220 de chez Total Rocailles Des Miyuki 15/0599 de chez Total Rocailles Par Melododo 0 - Publié dans : Rocailles Mercredi 17 octobre 3 17 /10 /Oct 12:12 Merci à Puca pour son super schéma : Schéma Spirale"Lana" Le Collier est réalisé avec : Des Super Duo Corail Red Des MR11/402F Des MR15/402F Des Calottes Spirale Ant Silver 13x12mm Tous le matériel vient de chez Total Rocailles Lundi 15 octobre 1 15 /10 /Oct 16:29 Je ne me lasse pas de se schéma Mille merci à Alexargai pour son schéma : Schéma Scaer Vendredi 12 octobre 5 12 /10 /Oct 08:00 Merci à Alexargai pour son schéma : Schéma Scaer Jeudi 11 octobre 4 11 /10 /Oct 11:48 Par Melododo 1 - Publié dans : Rocailles Lundi 8 octobre 1 08 /10 /Oct 11:37

DIY: Fairy Dust Necklaces | LexyLevin I am and always will be a kid at heart. I still adore anything related to princesses or Disney. I will, on any random evening, watch a Disney movie while drinking Yoo-hoo! But I digress… If you have been a reader for a while, you know I used to run a handmade jewelry Etsy shop (and still have a few items available if you are interested). On that note, let me present my latest silly creation…the fairy dust necklace! Here is what you will need: small glass vial (I found mine here) glitter eye hook necklace chain jump ring (if necessary) Directions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. All in all this is a very inexpensive project that makes a great looking gift! UPDATE: Click on over for all new colors perfect for spring and summer!

Tuto: Double spirale Rope - Perles, etc... Suite à des demandes de copines, j'ai tenté de faire un petit tuto de la double spirale rope. Il y a, pour cette spirale, 3 types de groupes de perles: les perles de corps (centrales), les perles du motif 1 (extérieur) et celles du motif 2 (extérieur) Etape 1: Enfiler 4 perles de "corps" (rocailles de 8 au minimum) et les perles du motif 1 (ici j'ai choisi une séquence r15, r11, ronde de 3 mm, r11, r15.... mais l'avantage de cette spirale c'est que vous pouvez tenter presques toutes les combinaisons de perles) Etape 2: Repasser dans les 4 perles de corps. Etape 3: Enfiler les perles du motif 2 (ici, même séquence que pour le motif 1 mais de couleurs différentes) et repasser dans les 4 perles de corps. Etape 4: Ajouter 1 perle de corps + les perles du motif 1. Etape 5: Passer dans les 3 perles de corps les "plus hautes" du travail ET dans celle que l'on vient d'ajouter en piquant A CÔTE du motif 1 du rang précédent) Etape 7 : Ajouter les perles du motif 2. Voilà ce que çà donne! A retenir:

DIY Galaxy Necklace My apologies for being MIA this week. It was my partner's birthday yesterday (turning 30! I still can't believe it). I wanted everything to be perfect (or at least, the best possible) and it took me more work and time than I initially thought. I apologize. I have an easy DIY project to share today. You will need: Triangle (or round, or any shape you fancy) charms. I first applied a generous coat of navy blue polish and let it dry completely. I started with the hot pink polish. I randomly sponged the polish onto the charm. I continued sponging the polish onto the charm- a dab here, a dab there, with lilac, then white, then navy blue (the color I used as a base) until I was happy with the result. I applied a layer of glitter polish and let it dry completely. Voilà!