DIY Statement Necklaces
In the mood for a major-impact necklace? Look no further than this project, a glam and edgy
necklace inspired by Fallon’s classic designs. While there are several steps involved in making this necklace, the technique of pushing head pins through the sew-on settings of crystals and gluing the crystals and spikes together is straightforward. It’s important to note that this necklace should be made in two stages. After you glue together the crystals and spikes to make the pendants, you’ll need to let them sit overnight so the glue can fully cure. Once dry, you can begin attaching them to the chain.
Statement Necklace Supplies
Spending more on crystal rhinestones, instead of plastic or glass, is worth the investment. You can purchase online from bead stores or suppliers like Swarovski. The result is a more high-end appearance that will have everyone begging to know where you bought your necklace!
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Use the same process to make the last four pendant pieces for the necklace, but this time push the head pins through only the marquis crystals. Then, glue the marquis crystals to the small 7mm crystals and spikes. When making the crystal pendants, remember that the design should mirror itself on either side of the focal point.
Open your jump rings by using two sets of pliers to grab on either side of the seam in the ring. Twist the pliers and ends of the jump rings away from each other in a north-south motion. Attach a jump ring to each end of the necklace, add a clasp to one side, then close each ring by twisting the ends back toward each other so the ends of the ring are flush.