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Blue Blossoms Necklace Project
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Blue Blossoms Necklace Project

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Use your nipper tool to cut a two, 24 inch pieces of beading wire.

String around 7 inches of seed beads on each strand. Then, bring the strands together and string them through a bead cap, an onyx bead, another bead cap, 3 seed beads and a final onyx bead. Then string them through your pendant and repeat on the other side.

On each end, string both strands together through a crimp bead, around one end of your toggle and then back through your crimp bead and the first few seed beads. Pull it tightly, crimp the crimp bead and then trim the excess wire with your nipper tool.

Use the round part of your designer crimper tool to place a crimp cover over each of your crimp beads. Enjoy!

Materials and Tools Needed:

Silver Plate Flower Pendant, 5 Petals, 40mm (1)
Miyuki 6-3205, Magic Emerald Marine Lined Crystal (2)
Onyx Round Bead, 12mm (4)
Silver Plate Looped Bead Cap, 12mm (4)
Silver Plate Heart Toggle with Lines, 13mm (1)
Crimp Beads, Bag of 50, 2 x 2mm (1)
Beadalon 49-strand Wire, 30 ft., .015 (1)
Nipper Tool (1)
Beadalon Designer Bead Crimper (1)
Sterling Silver Open Bead Crimp Cover, 3.2 mm, Bag of 10 (1)

5 Stars
Classic style
I made this necklace with using black and white striped bead in place of the onyx beads. The pendant was a classic touch to the necklace. Love the projects and videos. Thanks so much and keep them coming!
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Reviewed by:  from Fort Collins, Colorado. on 12/16/2011
5 Stars
Blue Blossoms Necklace
This is the first necklace I have made from your site and it was easy and so beautiful when I was done. It is fun to wear, I get compliments on it. Thank you for all your instructions and projects to make. Sharon Stone
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Reviewed by:  from Muskogee. on 4/16/2010
5 Stars
This project seemed easy enough. I have now done it several time with many different colors and and pendants, I have even switched out the onyx for pearls on more than one occasion. This has become my go to for gifts and many of my coworkers have taken one home to thier wives. Thank you and keep the inspiritation coming!!
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Reviewed by:  from Mosul, Iraq. on 3/15/2010
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