How to Make a Copper Wire Scroll and Bead Necklace With Handmade Chain and Findings by Denise Mathew

Time stamps: How to Make a Scroll 1:07
How to Make bead Charms 4:16
How to make Loop Chain 10:06
How to put it all Together 12:35

Here’s another project for how to make a DIY Necklace. For this project I set a challenge for myself that I would try to make a complete necklace with only wire and beads and no findings or chains and this is what I came up with. This tutorial teaches you how to make a complete Scroll and pearl necklace without having to use pre made head pins, clasps or chain which means you probably have all you need to make it already. With some beads and wire you can have your own unique accessory that’s tailored to your personality.

Want to know what tools I suggest to get started making jewelry? Check out this link and see the tools I’ve picked out especially for you at kit.com
http://kit.com/denisemathew/getting-started-making-wire-jewelry

For the necklace in the tutorial I used 1 foot, 20 gauge copper wire, 3 feet, 24 gauge copper wire, 17, 5mm pearls in assorted colors, 1, 10 mm white coin pearl, 1, 8mmx10mm black pearl, 1, 15mm Namaste Charm, 2, 8 mm copper jumprings, and 1, s-shaped closure. The necklace measures 16 inches in length, the scrolls is 1.5 inches. You can use any type of wire, beads, crystals the choice is yours. There’s a lot of versatility in this design so have fun mixing it up!

Need more help with wrapped loops? Check out this tutorial https://youtu.be/I-BdsGJBoWY

Want to know how to make an S-shaped closure? Check it out at 6 minute in https://youtu.be/rp5_9ohpEZE
Want to know how to make a Love Knot Spacer bead? Check it out here https://youtu.be/tFYK9oFvfAo
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