Strawberry Watermelon Glass Bead Necklace

by Christina Jones
(Port Jefferson Station, NY, USA)

Strawberry Watermelon Glass Bead Necklace

Strawberry Watermelon Glass Bead Necklace

Strawberry Watermelon Glass Bead Necklace
Glass Bead Necklace
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If you love glass beads, check out this strawberry watermelon glass bead necklace design idea!

When I found the glass green square beads I knew I wanted to use them to make a jewelry 'something'. So, I bought them on a whim.

Since the summer is coming I decided to make a bright and cheery beaded necklace and earring combination. I used glass green square beads, lime color glass beads, and bright red beads.

When I was done the thing that came to mind was Strawberry Watermelon. Hence the name.

To make this necklace I used Tiger Wire along with crimp beads. It's an easy to make simple necklace, but I feel really stands out. It's a statement necklace!

I am still new to jewelry design and this was one of my first pieces using really bright colors. I am more used to using beads in shades of black and white, so it was hard at first to branch out and use such bright colors to make jewelry.

I used to create friendship bracelets and things of that nature as a child, but didn't have money to get the beads and wire needed.

Now that I have a full time job I am branching out and making more types of jewelry designs.

Beading seemed like the first step!

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