Destined for Stardom Necklace
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Destined for Stardom Necklace

You'll be destined for the stars in this statement necklace designed by Erin Prais-Hintz.
Craft Time: varies
Uses Recycled Items: No
 
 
 
 
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Material List

  • Deco Connecters (3)
  • AB Luster Faceted Cathedral Beads – Crystal (60)
  • Twisted AB Beads, 8x12mm – Crystal (5)
  • Iris Faceted Rondelle – Silver (24)
  • Filigree Box Clasp (1)
  • Wire, 20 ga. – Silver-plated (3")
  • Crimp Tubes (5)
  • Beading Wire, 0.018 (2")
  • Jump Ring, 6mm
  • Flat Nose Pliers
  • Chain Nose Pliers
  • Crimp Pliers
  • Wire Cutter
 

Project Instructions

Cut the 20 ga. silver wire into two 1½" pieces.

Lay out the deco sliders so that the loops on the back line up with each other.

Wire the three deco sliders together. Tuck in the wire.

Cut the beading wire into three pieces: one at 10" and two at 9".

Secure a 9" piece of beading wire to the topmost link on the deco sliders with a crimp tube.

String 24 silver iris faceted rondelles.

Secure with a crimp tube to the 6mm jump ring.

Remove the small jump rings attached to the filigree clasp on the tab side. Attach the 6mm jump ring to the two jump rings on the box side of the filigree clasp.

Secure the 9" piece of beading wire to the bottom left link on the deco sliders with a crimp tube.

String 22 cathedral beads.

String the following pattern: one twisted crystal, one cathedral bead, one twisted crystal, one cathedral bead, one twisted crystal, three cathedral beads.

Secure with a crimp tube to the right side of the tab on the box clasp.

Secure the 10" piece of beading wire to the bottom right link of the deco sliders with a crimp tube.

String 27 cathedral beads.

String the following pattern: one twisted crystal, one cathedral bead, one twisted crystal, five cathedral beads.

Secure with a crimp tube to the left side of the tab on the box clasp.

Trim all excess wire and tuck into the beads for comfort.