Wood Beads Necklace

by Pamela
(Cavite, Philippines)

Red Wood Beads Necklace

Red Wood Beads Necklace

Red Wood Beads Necklace
Red Wood Beads
Red Wood Beads and Chain Necklace Design
Wood Beads and Chain Necklace Design

For an easy bead jewelry project use wood beads and jewelry making chain to make this wood bead necklace design idea. It's a great long necklace project!


Jewelry Making Materials:
Silver-plated chains, Nylon Thread, Wooden Beads, Silver-plated balls, eye pin, stoppers

This is just a simple jewelry design but needs a little more patience to make because you don't just string the beads together with one thread, you will use two threads.

I experimented on mixing red beads with silver-plated chain. I had never done this before.

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