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Topic: Noble and elegant necklace with Imitation Pearl Acrylic Bead  (Read 705 times)
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gemfew
« on: June 09, 2012 12:27:54 AM »

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Materials:

4mm pink Imitation Pearl Acrylic Beads*10

4mm white Imitation Pearl Acrylic Beads*20

6mm green Imitation Pearl Acrylic Beads*10

0.5mm silver-gray tiger tail about 110cm

Tibetan style toggle and tbars *1

2mm Iron spacer beads *4

8mm Rhinestone Beads *1

Normal glass bead strands *several

Imitation jade acrylic beads *1

2mm Glass bugle beads *10

Tools:

Ferronickel side cutting pliers

Wire-cutter pliers (needle cutting)
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 steps:
1.Cut off 120cm wire with the Wire-cutter plier. Add on one 4mm pink Imitation Pearl Acrylic Beads first,  then pass the both tips through the Rhinestone Beads, and  at last cross through another 4mm pink Imitation Pearl Acrylic Beads.

2.String four 4mm pink Imitation Pearl Acrylic Beads on each tip and then through the wire cross to the pearl bead under the Rhinestone Beads.
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3.String one 6mm green Imitation Pearl Acrylic Beads, two 4mm white Imitation Pearl Acrylic Beads and with another 6mm green Imitation Pearl Acrylic Beads being crossed through by the outside tip. Then weave the inside tip through the neighboring 4mm pink Imitation Pearl Acrylic Beads.
http://blog.pandahallstock.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/IMG_0819_2-1024x260.jpg

4.Still pick up the outside tip, then add on two 4mm white Imitation Pearl Acrylic Beads and pass the both tips across a 6mm green Imitation Pearl Acrylic Beads. about the inside tip you can  just follow the step 3 did.
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5.Repeat the step 4, according to the rule that one 4mm pink Imitation Pearl Acrylic Beads,two  6mm green Imitation Pearl Acrylic Beads and two 4mm white Imitation Pearl Acrylic Beads make a group, repeat until weave all blue beads. For completing the circle, pass through the inside tip through the 6mm green Imitation Pearl Acrylic Beads and then bead both tips across 4mm white Imitation Pearl Acrylic Beads.
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6.In order to make the details achieve absolutely coordination with  the whole, add ten more multiple-color bugle beads of the gaps between each two beads group with either tip. End the work with cross the both tips through the last bugle bead.
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7.After finishing the main  pendant of the necklace, the next part is add some accessories to the rest wire. First, string the Imitation jade acrylic bead with both tips. Then the next part is add on several Normal glass bead on each tip until you get the length you want for your necklace.
http://blog.pandahallstock.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/IMG_0832_2-1024x389.jpg
8.Weave 2 spacer beads and the tibetan style tbars, then end of the wire through spacer beads as the picture showing and at last Clamp the spacer beads firmly. For another tip adding on the toggle, just do as same as the tbar.
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« Last Edit: September 12, 2012 12:56:12 PM by jungrrl - Reason: changed non-working image(s) to link(s) » THIS ROCKS   Logged

lidehtium
« Reply #1 on: June 09, 2012 09:20:41 AM »

Thats so interesting to see how it's made.. thanks for sharing!
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« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2012 09:50:47 AM »

This is very pretty, I love the focal you made.  Thanks for sharing how you made it.
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SiFi Mom, aka Nancy
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dewshinesdopp
« Reply #3 on: June 11, 2012 04:56:40 AM »

YAY!  Instructions that I can understand!  This is beautiful, and the tute is awesome!  Thanks so much for posting it!
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