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Diy Necklace Ideas- How to Make a String Bead Necklace

The topic of today’s jewelry making instruction is about how to string a necklace with bead. No extra skills and techniques are required! This is a great project for craters at all level.

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  1. How to make a beaded necklace. Diy Necklace Ideas  How To Make A String Bead Necklace  - Step 1 1

    Things you will need to make this jewelry making craft:

    Beads (lightweight acrylic beads, 8~10mm)

    Waxed Cotton Cord

    Crimp Bead Cover

    Jumpring

    Clasp

    Crimping Plier (not shown)

    Bent Nose Plier (not shown)

  2. How to make a beaded necklace. Diy Necklace Ideas  How To Make A String Bead Necklace  - Step 2 2

    Step 1: Prepare your supplies

    Snip a long strand of waxed cotton cord, about twice the length of your neck circumference. Form a small loop at one end and fasten it with a crimp bead. Thread a jumpring through the loop.

  3. How to make a beaded necklace. Diy Necklace Ideas  How To Make A String Bead Necklace  - Step 3 3

    Step 2: Slide on beads

    1. Add beads according to your desired pattern. The amount or color arrangement is entirely up to you;

    2. Close the other end in same way with crimp bead;

    3. Keep making more beaded strands and then join them all by attaching them on the same jumpring;




  4. How to make a beaded necklace. Diy Necklace Ideas  How To Make A String Bead Necklace  - Step 4 4

    4. Add a clasp on one of the jumprings. Use the other jumpring to attach the clasp on.

  5. How to make a beaded necklace. Diy Necklace Ideas  How To Make A String Bead Necklace  - Step 5 5

    You’re done!

    This project is so much fun. What’s more, is that you can definitely customize the necklace to make it more special and personalized. As you can see it is so easy to master the project on how to make this string bead necklace.Once you have practiced, try making more distinctive variants of today’s jewelry making crafts. You will love it so much.

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