Black and White Bead Necklace

by Pamela
(Cavite, Philippines)

Black and White Bead Necklace

Black and White Bead Necklace

Black and White Bead Necklace
Necklace Jewelry Making Supplies
Making the Necklace
Black and White Bead Necklace, Bracelet and Earrings

Make a classic color combination black and white bead necklace, bracelet and earrings using painted wood beads and pearls. An easy bead stringing jewelry project!


Jewelry Making Materials:
Wood Beads
Freshwater Pearls

I am inspired by the simplicity of color white. I tried to combine it with the elegance of the color black.

Because I am from the Philippines, I like to promote one of the products from our country - pearls.

Our pearls come in different shapes and colors. And sometimes naturally in the color black.

This necklace is easy to make. You just string the beads and finish off the end of the necklace and bracelet by using a lobster claw clasp to secure the beads together.

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