Step 1
Step 1
Take two or three pieces of wire of the same length (the wires must be long enough for a piece of jewelry) and fix one cord crimp to the wires.
Step 2
Step 2
String on all wires separately one or several small beads.
Step 3
Step 3
String one large bead on all wires in order to keep them together.
Step 4
Step 4
Repeat steps 2 and 3 until the jewelry has reached the desired length. Make sure there is enough wire left at the end to fix a cord crimp to.
Step 5
Step 5
Finish the jewelry by fixing one cord crimp to all wires together.
Step 6
Step 6
If necessary, cut the redundant wire using the cutting pliers as close as possible to the cord crimp.
Tip! Step 7
Tip! Step 7
If you feel the beads move around too much, you could glue the large beads to the wires. Move the large bead somewhat to one side and put some glue on the wires. Wait one minute and slide the bead back in place over the glue. Let the glue dry thoroughly (24 hours).
Variation
Variation
If you create a piece of jewelry using three wires, you could decide to string every so often a large bead on two wires in stead of three wires for a special effect.
 
 
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