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Jewellery Making Ideas from www.mybeadsclub.com. Here katie shows you how to make a fabulous wire pendant really easily and ...
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Hi, its Katie from My Beads Club again and today I’m going to show you how to make the silver heart pendant with beads strung through the middle. It comes also around the beads. You can secure them if you like and it’s really nice to fall at the end of the pendant.
There are only three things today. They are not so quite thick wire here as you can see it’s quite thick wire head as you can see. It’s quite thick and some thinner wires just to wrap around. And I’ll start to use some different beads and they’re near the one just to show you how I can look, how different it can look not just some freshwater and like bluey-green color.
So we’ll start with the heart, okay so were going to bend into the shape of the heart, the best we can. It looks simple if not on the outside length a little bit easier. We’re cutting that were going to the end at the bottom. And I’m just going to keep curling this over so it kind of close it together and make it safe.
Now, you got you're basic heart shape. Just take in the wire and you want to make sure and the bead will fall off the end so just make a little loop at the end then start threading those one by one whichever beads that you like really. You could do something to match from earring that you have or bracelet.
And you can have as many or as little beads if you feel like, well I usually four or five. Okay, here’s the fiddle event, take attach it to one side just wrap it around a few times to secure it. And the one bead so we just by the way we’ll come this end of just in case that it falls off. Now to take one of the beads and bring that over to the heart, position it anyway you like and then start to wrap.
You get to one end that one is to feed enough of bead through and now in turn goes there and there we go. And there is another bead on it twice and wrap. You have to do it pretty tightly. Don’t worry about the beads positions too much of the minute because they turn it around from what you’ve got. You need another bead up, there we go and not so far. You might want to do a couple going over this way, a couple of going that way.
So basically, you just keep wrapping and shredding you’re beads down like so and then when you get to the end you just want to wrap them. So I’ll keep it too long, this one and to just wrap that around you want this to just secure it. You do that as many times as you like. That’s just the basic one. We’ll tie it on the other one and I’ve got some finer wire and that I wrap that around as well without any beads on and how easy is that, it can hang of it with a thread through the middle. Or you can hang it on the thread and have it as jewel.