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Art Blue-veau Necklace Project

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Part Number:PROJ-SS-105

About This Project

If there are 2 things I love right now, it is creating glass tile pendants and working with hand wrapped beaded chain. I decided to combine my 2 favorite things into one unique project that is truly a wearable work of art!

Author Shanna Steele
Shanna Steele
Auntie's Beads Designer

In order to create the pendant, you will need to know how to work with 3D Crystal Lacquer. If you are not familiar with this technique, please watch the Glass Tile Pendant video.
  1. Cut your image (I used the one with the blue background and yellow flowers).
  2. Us the 3D Crystal Lacquer to adhere the image to the glass tile.
  3. Apply the 3D Crystal Lacquer to the back of the pendant and use it to adhere the glue-on bail to the pendant. Make sure the bail is centered and then lay the pendant face down and allow it to dry.
  4. Cut your chain so you have 2 even segments measuring about 12” each in length.
  5. Open a jump ring. Attach it to one end of a chain segment then to the bail then to the end of the other chain segment. Close the jump ring.
  6. Open a jump ring. Attach it to one end of the necklace. Close the jump ring.
  7. Open another jump ring. Attach it to the other end of the necklace. Add your clasp. Close the jump ring.
Tools and Materials Needed:

Collage Sheet, Art Nouveau, 35mm Square
Medium 35mm Glass Square Tile
Silver Plated Glue-on Bail, Small
3D Crystal Lacquer, 2 Oz Bottle
Hand Wrapped Beaded Chain By The Foot, Aqua AB (2 Feet)
Gunmetal Plate Jump Rings, Open, Bag of 10, 5mm, 20 Gauge (3 pieces)
Gunmetal 12mm Lobster Clasp
Nipper Tool
Beadsmith Ergo Pliers, Chain Nose With Cutter (2 pair)

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Materials and Supplies Used in This Project:

Gunmetal 12mm Lobster Clasp
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