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Make layered necklaces
Easy to make and easy-to-wear necklaces you'll love!

Posted by ntina.ntonti from Volos, Thessalia Sterea Ellada, Greece • Published See ntina.ntonti's 10 projects »
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  • How to make a pendant necklace. Dainty Layered Necklaces Diy! - Step 1
    Step 1

    Gather your materials. You'll also need round-nose pliers, flat-nose pliers and cutters. (not pictured)

  • How to make a pendant necklace. Dainty Layered Necklaces Diy! - Step 2
    Step 2

    At first, cut 3 pieces of chain. Measure each piece approximately on your neck to decide it's length and we'll get back to that at the end.

  • How to make a pendant necklace. Dainty Layered Necklaces Diy! - Step 3
    Step 3

    For the first necklace, the short one, take your eyepin and thread the beads and the teardrop in the middle. Make a loop at the other side, connect it with the chain and close the loop. Open the other loop and connect it with the other side of the chain.

  • How to make a pendant necklace. Dainty Layered Necklaces Diy! - Step 4
    Step 4

    Bend the headpin a little in the middle and set it aside.

  • How to make a pendant necklace. Dainty Layered Necklaces Diy! - Step 5
    Step 5

    Let's make the one with the agate. Using jumprings and your pliers, connect each side of the connector with each side of a piece of chain. Set it aside. (We will put clasps at the end).

  • How to make a pendant necklace. Dainty Layered Necklaces Diy! - Step 6
    Step 6

    Move on to make the long pendant necklace (love, love,love this pendant!). This is the easiest one. Using a jumpring connect it to the chain.

  • How to make a pendant necklace. Dainty Layered Necklaces Diy! - Step 7
    Step 7

    Finally take all 3 necklaces, arrange them on your neck the way you like and cut the chains where needed. Now connect the lobster clasps with jumprings and you 're done!

  • How to make a pendant necklace. Dainty Layered Necklaces Diy! - Step 8
    Step 8

    Wear them all at once, or each one on it's own, or 2 at once...well you get the picture! I hope you enjoy making them and also wearing them! (I know I did!)

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