Thursday, September 20, 2012

DIY Multi Chain and Pendant Necklace

To go along with the jewelry tray liners from my last post, I decided to post a necklace tutorial. I started initially made a black and silver one with a round black pendant, but I fell in love with it so much that I made two other ones. My favorite one is the peacock one because I've recently been going through a peacock stage where I'm in love with them and those gorgeous feathers. I love these necklaces because you can make them as dressy or as casual as you want depending on the pendant. 

I did list the Tie Pendant Necklace and the Round Black Pendant Necklace on my Etsy shop if you are interested in purchasing it. 

Here's What You Need

Silver Chain
Black Chain 
Rhinestone Spacer Bead
2 Jump Rings
Lobster Clasp & Ring

1. Measure black chain to about 16 inches and cut. Attach end chain links together so that the chain isn't a sting, but is connected. Fold in half. Attach jump rings to one end.

2. Slide pendant onto the chain.

3. Attach a jump ring to the other end of the chain.

4. Attach the spacer bead to each of the jump rings.

5. Cut the silver chain to desired length, depending on how long you want the necklace to hang. You will obviously want to pieces of silver chain. Attach the ends of the two silver chains to each of the jump rings.

6. Add a lobster clasp to one chain and a ring to the other chain.

1 comment:

  1. I absolutely love this necklace. Thanks for sharing how I can make my own.