Fillable Frames Necklace
This Fillable Frames Necklace by Jenny Barnett Rohrs for Consumer Crafts is a gorgeous beaded piece to wear out for a special occasion. The beads that accent the frames are a perfect touch of softness. Make this beaded necklace to wear out to your next event.
- 2 Signed, Sealed & Remembered antique copper fillable frame packages SSR-028
- Signed, Sealed & Remembered antique copper rectangle frame SSR-025
- Aleene’s Paper Glaze DC30-15
- Darice® Finding Starter Kit in Antique Copper 1972-08CP
- Black beading wire
- Antique copper crimp beads 1921-14CP plus share these beads with the Bracelet:
- Darice® crystal aurora borealis cut glass rondelle bead strand 1991-80
- Darice® fire polished, Czech glass rondelle bead strand in aqua 1999-M200
- Darice 4 x 6mm silver faceted glass spacer bead strand 1999-2345
- Scrapbook paper, text, or ephemera of your choice to fill the frames
- Crimper Tool 1949-10
- Wire Cutters 1893-05
- Needle Nose Pliers 1893-13
- Round Nose Pliers 1995-11
- ½ inch hole punch, or compass for drawing circles
- Scissors or craft knife
- Like the previous project, you’ll want to select text or paper for your frames. Using the hole punch, or a compass and craft knife or scissors, punch out the image or text you’d like to use for the round frames. Using the paper glaze, glue the paper into the bezel and then fill to the top of the frame. Allow these to dry overnight.
- Meanwhile, using the head pins from your copper findings kit, thread on a large aqua rondelle bead and make a wrapped loop. Repeat this so you have two blue drops. Then make 2 wrapped loop pins using the silver rondelles, too.
- To assemble the focal section of the necklace, attach two jump rings to the rectangle pendant, and link one each through a round bezel. Attach your second bezels to either side. To attach the drop, open a jump ring and thread it around both the bezel loop and the aqua wrapped loop. Take a second jump ring and do the same on the other side. You now have a pretty dangle between your bezels! Attach the silver rondelle wrapped loop pins to either side of your focal section with a jump ring.
- To create the beaded portion, cut 2 lengths of beading wire approximately 12 inches long. Attach the wire with a crimp bead, leaving a 1 inch tail. Now thread on your beads in the following pattern: aurora borealis bead, silver rondelle, aqua rondelle, silver rondelle, aurora borealis bead.
- Repeat this pattern for as long as you need your necklace to be. Finish off by adding a crimp bead, your clasp, and crimping off. Trim your beading wire, and you are ready to wear!
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