Thanks to The Academy Necklace or Bracelet
This project can be worn as two separate bracelets or one choker style necklace.
Designed by Erin Prais-Hintz.
- Ceramic Crackle Round AB finish, 20mm (5)
- Ceramic AB Finish Round, 18mm – Amethyst (3)
- Filigree Box Clasp – Rhinestone (2)
- Filigree Bead Caps, Large – Gunmetal (10)
- Filigree Bead Caps, Large – Silver (6)
- Filigree Beads – Gunmetal (2)
- Filigree Bead Caps, Small – Silver (4)
- Chain – Gunmetal (15")
- Beading Wire (9")
- Crimp Beads (2)
- Spacer Bead, 6mm – Black Hematite (2)
- Jump Rings, 5mm – Black (8-10)
Divide the chain in half. Open the jump ring on the chain and attach it to the outer loop on the clasp part of one of the box clasps. Attach a jump ring on the other side of the chain to the outer loop of the box part of the other box clasp. Repeat with the other piece of chain. If you do this right, you will be able to use this chain part as a bracelet with both halves of a clasp.
Attach the beading wire with a crimp to the center loop on the box clasp. Crimp securely. String one small hematite spacer.
String the following: one large gunmetal filigree, one large white round, one large gunmetal filigree. Repeat three more times for a total of four.
String one silver filigree large bead cap, one lavender round, one silver filigree large bead cap, one filigree small bead cap, one gunmetal filigree bead, one filigree small bead cap. Repeat.
String one silver filigree large bead cap, one lavender round, one silver filigree large bead cap, one gunmetal filigree large bead cap, one large white round, one gunmetal filigree bead cap. Finish with one small hematite spacer.
Crimp the wire securely to the other side of the second clasp.
Optional: use jump rings tangled together to hide the crimps.