Resin Beads Jewelry Design Idea

by Pamela
(Cavite, Philippines)

Resin Beads Jewelry Design Idea

Resin Beads Jewelry Design Idea

Resin Beads Jewelry Design Idea
Resin Beads and Glass Crystals
Resin Beads Close Up
Resin Beads Necklace

Resin beads mimic turquoise in this easy to make resin beads necklace design idea. Use a step by step tutorial on how to string beads to recreate this jewelry design idea.


Jewelry Making Materials:
Resin beads, glass crystals, nylon thread, lobster lock, stoppers...

Actually, I am not so sure about the correct name of this color. (:

I just think that it is a different shade of green which I like so much.

I also mixed in antiqued-brass flower spacer beads. I love the finished product!


Bead Jewelry Instructions


Prerequisite Jewelry Making Lesson


How to String Beads

How to Make a Jewelry Extender

Jewelry Making Supplies


One strand of resin nugget beads or
One strand of chip beads
Several metal spacer beads
Several crystal beads
One lobster claw clasp
One large (7-8mm) jump ring
beading wire

Jewelry Making Supplies for Extender


two inch length of jewelry making chain
one small jump ring
one split ring
one small leaf charm

Jewelry Making Tools


Wire cutters
Crimping pliers
Split ring pliers

Step 1
Determine the finished length of your necklace.

Add four to six inches to that measurement and cut a length of beading wire that long.

Step 2
String one metal spacer bead on the beading wire and center it.

Step 3
On both sides of the metal space bead string the following bead pattern six times:

Three resin nugget beads; one metal spacer bead; one crystal bead; one metal spacer bead and one metal spacer bead.

Step 4
On each side of the necklace string eight resin nugget beads.

Step 5
On one end of the beading wire string a crimp tube bead and one jump ring.

Step 6
Thread the beading wire back through the crimp tube bead and a few resin nugget beads.

Using the crimping pliers, crimp the crimp bead.

Step 7
Using wire cutters, cut the excess beading wire.
Add a crimp cover if desired.

Step 8
Repeat Steps 4 through 7 on the other side of the necklace, stringing the lobster claw clasp instead of a jump ring.

Jewelry Making Instructions to Make an Extender



Step 1
Using the split ring pliers, attach the split ring to the jump ring on the necklace end.

Step 2
Using the split ring pliers, attach the first link of the jewelry making chain to the split ring.

Step 3
Open the small jump ring and slide the ring of the leaf charm onto the jump ring. Slide the last link of the chain length onto the open jump ring. Close the jump ring.

You're done!

I hope you have fun making this bead jewelry project and enjoy wearing this light weight necklace!

Bead Jewelry Instructions by:
Wanda
Making-beaded-jewelry.com

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