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Fire and Ice Necklace Project
Fire and Ice Necklace Project
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Project Description:

This is definitely a party necklace! The different colors of rat tail cording really makes the necklace festive!



Author Susie Henderson
Susie Henderson
Auntie's Beads Co-founder & Jewelry Designer
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Instructions:


Step 1 Cut 17" of each cording. Using your tweezers, pick up one end of each strand and push into the crimp.

Step 2 Add the 3 spacers.

Step 3 Using your tweezers, pick up the other ends of cording and push into other crimp.

Step 4. Attach split rings to each end of crimp and then add toggle.



Materials and Tools Needed:

2mm Rat Tail Cording, Metallic Copper, Per Yard
2mm Rat Tail Cording, Metallic Gold, Per Yard
2mm Rat Tail Cording, Metallic Silver, Per Yard
Silver Plated Large Hole Spacer with Crystals, 12mm - 3 pieces
Simple Sterling Toggle, 12mm
Sterling Silver Crimp End Cap, 3 mm
Sterling Silver Split Rings, Bag of 10, 4.5 mm

Material and Supplies Used in This Project:
Simple Sterling Toggle, 12mm
Simple Sterling Toggle, 12mm
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Sterling Silver Crimp End Cap, 3 mm
Sterling Silver Crimp End Cap, 3 mm
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Chain Nose Jewelry Pliers
Chain Nose Jewelry Pliers
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Customer Reviews
Absolutely beautiful, but difficult
Stunning but difficult. I saturated the cords with Hypo Cement before using an awl to stuff them into a tulip style crimp clasp. I couldn't get all three cords pushed up into the style shown. This is not a beginner project by any means. Take a deep breath and take your time. The results are worth the effort.
Reviewed by: Lara from Kansas City, Kansas. on 10/5/2011
pretty.. but...
this necklace turned out pretty, but study it is not. Not my favorite, but very easy for beginners and like i said does turn out pretty.
Reviewed by: Christina Rucker from Indianapolis, IN. on 6/2/2011