Here is a necklace I made about this time last year for Cousin Corporation of America. It is easy to make with it’s basic stringing techniques but with a high end look because of the multiple strands and mix of metal finishes. A perfect compliment to your fall wardrobe.
All beads and chain were provided by Cousin Corporation of America.
- 100″ Small Oval Chain- Antique Gold
- Beadalon Bead Stringing Wire – Gold
- Amber Seed Bead mix
- 45 piece 6MM Rondelle Copper
- Round Jetons
- Glass Beads 13.5″ Topaz Glass Mix
- Glass Beads 100 piece 6MM Round Metallic Brown
- Findings 8 set Closure Pack – Copper
- Gold or copper crimp beads
- Crimping tool
- Bead Stops
- Wire cutters
Cut four strands of beading wire to approximately 32 inches.
Bead one strand with the bead mix shown above. Don’t forget to use the bead stops to keep your beads on the beading wire.
Bead the remaining three strands with a random mix of the smaller beads as shown.
Using the crimp beads and crimp tool attach the four beaded strands to the toggle clasp ends.
To attach the chain cut two lengths of chain to a length a bit shorter than the finished necklace and attach them to the clasp with small copper jump rings.
A perfect necklace for many of your fall outfits!