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Grape Cluster Pendant

By: Terry Ricioli from
Grape Cluster Pendant
Grape Cluster Pendant

"This cluster of grapes started out as clear glass beads. Then, these beads were etched with etchall dip 'n etch for 15 minutes. This gave the beads a soft opaque surface with a tooth that makes them easy to paint. I painted them with some Colorique ink in Grape Vine for the perfect grape color. I created bead dangles using the headpins. I attached the headpins to a chain piece to create the grape cluster. A couple of leaves were attached at the top of the cluster with jump rings, and the pendant was strung on a ribbon to wear."

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeGlass

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Bead Technique UsedStrung

Bead Project TypeNecklace


Materials List

  • Clear glass beads
  • etchall dip 'n etch
  • Colorique Grape Vine pigment ink
  • Chain
  • Headpins
  • jump rings
  • Ribbon

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What a pretty project. I love purple in all its shades. That's what caught my eye with this one. And after reading thru the instructions I saw how easy it was too make. That sealed the deal for me. It's easy, pretty and inexpensive to make. Thank you for sharing this .


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