Willow Necklace & Earring Set

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Willow Necklace & Earring Set


#6120707 Turquoise 4mm Glass Bicones
#63600047 Orange Mixed Glass Beads
#63800051 Bronze Crimp Tubes
#63800047 Bronze Metal Earring Wires
#63800020 Bronze Head pins
#63800013 Bronze 6mm Open Jump Rings
#63800227 Bronze 7-Strand Beading Wire
#JJM63615012 Metal Coins (2 pk)
#AJM63515246 Gemstone Accent
#AJM65017019 Hemp Necklace
Tools Needed:
Round Nose Pliers
Needle Nose Pliers
Crimping Pliers
Wire Cutters
Techniques to Know:
Earring Instructions:
1. Make 6 turquoise and 6 orange e-bead drops, leaving approximately 1/2” of the head pin exposed between the loop and the bead.
2. Connect (7) 6mm jump rings together into a chain. Attach an earring wire to one end of the linked jump rings.
3. Attach 6 coin charms to each of the 4 jump rings. Alternate attaching the charms along the jump rings, attaching them to the 1st, 3rd, 5th and 7th jump ring.
4. Attach the bead drops along the 7 jump rings.
5. Repeat steps 1-4 for the matching
Necklace Instructions:
1. Cut (2) 11” and (1) 13” lengths of beading wire.
2. Using a crimp tube, attach the three wires to a 6mm jump ring.
3. Thread 43 turquoise beads onto one of the 11” beading wire strands.
4. Thread 21 turquoise beads and 20 round orange beads in an alternating pattern on the second 11” beading wire strand.
5. Thread the following pattern onto the 13” beading wire: 5 coin charms, an orange e-bead, an orange oval, an orange e-bead. Repeat the pattern five more times, stopping with 5 coin charms, then slide the pendant onto the wire. Repeat the pattern 6 times, stopping with 5 coin charms.
6. Gather the three beading wires together and using a crimp tube, attach the wires to a 6mm jump ring.

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