Beach Fun Necklace
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Beach Fun Necklace

Memories of the ocean will fill your mind when you create this charming beach inspired necklace.

Designed by Margie Pankhurst

Craft Time: 60+ minutes
Uses Recycled Items: No
 
 
 
 
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Material List

  • Bead Landing™ Shoreline Collection, Cording (2 Pkgs)
  • Bead Landing™ Shoreline Collection, Brushed Silver Chain
  • Bead Landing™ Shoreline Collection, Chocolate Chain
  • Bead Landing™ Shoreline Collection, Pendant
  • Bead Landing™ Shoreline Collection, Charms (4 Pkgs)
  • Bead Landing™ Shoreline Collection, Braided rings
  • 8mm Jump Rings (15)
  • Jewelry Tools – Chain Nose Pliers
 

Project Instructions

Place 5 Bead Landing™ braided rings onto each length of cording. Fold the cording in half so the rings fall to the center.  With the cording folded in half, tie a knot in the cording.

Attach one jump ring to the center braided ring on each cording half.   

On the left side of the necklace, attach one Bead Landing™ Shoreline pendant to the jump ring using chain nose pliers. Attach another jump ring to the bottom edge of the pendant.  

Attach 2 lengths of chocolate chain to the jump ring on the bottom edge of the pendants. Attach the other ends of the chocolate chain to the jump ring on the right side of the necklace (attached to the center braided ring). The lengths of chain should not be even lengths. This will allow for a tiered effect of the chains.  

Attach a length of brushed silver chain to the top left section of cording on the necklace, capturing the 2 bead caps top loops into the jump ring. Letting the chain fall in uneven lengths, attach the other end of the chain to the right side of the necklace at the braided ring on the bottom edge of the cording with a jump ring. 

Even space the bead landing charms throughout the 4 sections of draped chain. Attach each charm of choice to the chain with a jump ring.  

Open a jump ring, with chain nose pliers. Attach a length of chocolate chain to the top of each section of cording, capturing the top loops from each cap into the jump ring. 

 

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