jewelry. Wednesday , April 19th , 2017 - 07:02:51 AM
Cut the silver wire in 2 lengths of 20 inches and 22 inches. Start working on the longer one first. String on a crystal on to the silver wire, and secure it in place by tightly curling it. Then string a black bead, a large opaque white bead, followed by a black bead, and finish it off with another crystal. The crystal beads should be first as well as last in the stringing order. Repeat this entire procedure to make 5 groups of beads. Make sure the clusters are placed at least an inch apart. Take the shorter 20 inch silver wire, and cluster the beads in the same manner you have done for the longer wire. Hold both wires together and string one black bead through them, and attach lobster clasp, looping the wire back through the black bead, securing it by crimping and trimming the remaining wire end. Do the same for the other side too. The two silver wires should have a symmetrical finish.
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