Silverplated Blossom Necklace


This necklace got its inspiration from a pricey one seen in a boutique store. By changing the findings from sterling to silver plate, this dainty necklace becomes affordable. It is so simple to make that you can easily finish it in less than an hour.

1) 16” silver plated small cable chain (Beadalon)
2) 13mm silver plated toggle clasp (Nicole Crafts)
3) Four silver plated head pins (1”-2”) (Nicole Crafts)
4) One blossom reversible silver plated oval bead (Blue Moon)
5) Two 7mm silver plated jump rings (Sierra Pacific)
6) Two 4mm silver plated jump rings (Darice)
7) One 8mm Swarovski crystal flower bead
8) One 4mm Swarovski bi-cone crystal bead
9) One tiny silver plated butterfly bead

1) Wire cutter
2) Two jewelry pliers





1) Using the 4mm jump rings connect the clasp to the ends of the chain.

2) Attach the two 7mm jump rings to each other and then to the ring of the clasp.

3) Using head pins attach the butterfly and crystal blossom beads to the top jump ring.

4) Cut the head off a long head pin and use it to wire wrap the oval bead to the bottom jump ring and use the excess wire to wire wrap a loop at the bottom of the bead.

5) With the last head pin wire wrap the bi-cone to the lower wire loop of the oval bead.

2008 Ben Franklin Crafts, Inc.


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