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Learn how-to add jump rings to your accessories with Khadija from Creative Khadija and then put your new skill to the test with her Love Pendant tutorial.


  • How to open and close a jump ring. How To Add Jump Rings To Accessories - Step 1
    Step 1

    Hold the jump ring with your thumb and grip it with a slim tip nose pliers.

  • How to open and close a jump ring. How To Add Jump Rings To Accessories - Step 2
    Step 2

    Pull the jump ring with the help of nose pliers & your fingers. if the jump ring is a more solid than use another pliers for holding it.

  • How to open and close a jump ring. How To Add Jump Rings To Accessories - Step 3
    Step 3

    Open the jump ring enough regarding your accessories size!

  • How to open and close a jump ring. How To Add Jump Rings To Accessories - Step 4
    Step 4

    Add the ring with your pendant hook or any other accessory you are having!

  • How to open and close a jump ring. How To Add Jump Rings To Accessories - Step 5
    Step 5

    Close the ring while using the pliers & your hand. fix it nicely, so it will not be opening with any burden.

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Arty Kitkat
Arty Kitkat · St Albans, England, GB · 61 projects
This isn't the way I was taught to open jump rings and if you do it this way it's incredibly difficult to properly close them once their open. A better way to open them is to open them with a sideways twist using plyers so that the edges of the ring stay lined up and it is easier to close them again.
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Marty F.
Marty F.
This is not a good way to open jump rings, you risk damaging the rings upon closing. Use 2 flat nose pliers and twist the ends, one away from you and the other towards you - not apart from each other. Please go to any commercial beading/jewelry website for free instructions. Just trying to help. MJ
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xXJULESXx
xXJULESXx · Manchester, England, GB · 2 projects
I always struggle doing this so thanks for showing how to do it properley.
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