DIY Wire Wrapped Pendant Necklace for Girls

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Hi, friends. When did you make your wire wrapped jewelry last time? I think you can start to make you next wire jewelry now. Today, I am going to show you a tutorial on how to make a wire wrapped pendant necklace for girls. Trust me, you will fall in love with it.
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Supplies needed for wire wrapped pendant necklace:
Brass Jump rings
Brass Cross Chain
8mm Blue Round Crackle Glass Beads
Brass Eye Pins
2mm Brown Aluminum Wire
Lobster Clasp
Chain Nose Pliers
Round Nose Pliers
Side Cutting Pliers
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Instruction on how to make wire wrapped pendant necklace:
Step 1: Make the wire wrapped pendant
Firstly, cut off a piece of aluminum wire and fold it into half, then twist the wire into a drop shape;
Secondly, continue to twist the wire and make five drop patterns in total;
Thirdly, cut off the extra wire.
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Step 2: finish this wire wrapped pendant necklace
Firstly, make six blue glass beads dangle with eyepins;
Secondly, add two dangles onto two tops of the drop wire pattern like picture shows;
Thirdly, prepare six pieces of cross chains and connect them with six blue glass beads dangles, do it as the blow picture shows;
Fourthly, connect two ends of chains with a lobster clasp.
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Here is the final look of the wire wrapped pendant necklace:
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It can be finished soon, yes? How do you think of this wire wrapped pendant necklace? Really beautiful jewelry design, don’t you plan to have a nice try? Then just do it, waiting for your crafts!

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