Contessa Jewelry Set

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Contessa Jewelry Set
Materials:
 
Tools Needed:
Needle Nose Pliers
Round Nose Pliers
Crimping Pliers
Wire Cutters
 
Techniques to Know:
 
Earring Instructions:
1. Cut (4) 1 3/4” and (2) 2” lengths of silver chain.
2. Use a 4mm jump ring to gather (2) 1 3/4” and a 2” chain together. Repeat for the second set of chains.
3. Attach a jump ring with chains and a charm to each earring wire.
4. Make (10) lilac and (8) purple 4mm bicone drops.
5. Attach three drops (mixed colors) to the bottom two links of each chain.
 
Bracelet Instructions:
1. Cut a 10” length of beading wire.
2. Use a crimp tube to attach one end of the wire to a 4mm jump ring. Connect a toggle clasp end to the jump ring.
3. Thread the following pattern onto the wire: a pearl, a rondelle, 3 pearls, a rondelle, 3 pearls, a rondelle, 3 pearls, a rondelle, 3
pearls, a rondelle, 3 pearls, a rondelle, 3 pearls, a rondelle, and a pearl.
4. Use a crimp tube to attach the other end of the wire to a 4mm jump ring. Connect the other toggle clasp end to the jump ring. Trim the excess wire.
 
Necklace Instruction:
1. Cut (2) 5” lengths of gunmetal chain.
2. Use 4mm jump rings to attach a toggle clasp end to one end of each chain.
3. Cut (10) 1” lengths of silver chain.
4. Gather five chains together at one end using a 4mm jump ring. Repeat for the other five chains.
5. Attach a jump ring with chains to the other end of each gunmetal chain.
6. Attach a 4mm jump ring to the other end of each 1” chain.
7. Attach two metal connectors to each group of five chains. The spacers will overlap, use the middle chain jump ring to gather the overlapping connectors together.
8. Attach a 4mm jump ring to the other end of the connectors.
9. Cut a 10” length of beading wire. Use a crimp tube to attach the wire to the inside connector jump ring. Thread on (36) 6mm lilac bicones. Use a crimp tube to attach the beading wire to the other inside connector jump ring.
10. Cut a 10” length of beading wire. Use a crimp tube to attach the wire to the second inside connector jump ring. Thread on the bead pattern: a pearl, a rondelle, 2 pearls, a rondelle, 3 pearls, a rondelle, 4 pearls, a rondelle, 5 pearls, a rondelle, 4 pearls, a rondelle, 3 pearls, a rondelle, 2 pearls, a rondelle and a pearl. Use a crimp tube to attach the beading wire to the other second inside connector jump ring.
11. Cut an 8 1/2” length of gunmetal chain. Attach the chain ends to the center connector jump rings.
12. Cut a 12” length of beading wire. Use a crimp tube to attach the wire to the second from the outside connector jump ring. Thread on (42) 6mm lilac bicones. Use a crimp tube to attach the beading wire to the other second from the outside connector jump ring.
13. Cut a 12” length of beading wire. Use a crimp tube to attach the wire to the outer connector jump ring. Thread on the bead pattern: a pearl, a rondelle, 2 pearls, a rondelle, 3 pearls, a rondelle, 4 pearls, a rondelle, 9 pearls, a rondelle, 4 pearls, a rondelle,
3 pearls, a rondelle, 2 pearls, a rondelle and a pearl. Use a crimp tube to attach the wire to the other outer connector jump ring.
14. Cut a 10 1/2” length of gunmetal chain. Connect the chain ends to the outer connector jump ring.
15. Cut (56) 2 3/4” lengths of silver chain. Use 4mm jump rings to attach the chains along the gunmetal chain, alternating the placement onto every other chain link.

 


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