Spooky Sparkle Necklace

Spooky Sparkle Necklace
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1. Take one half of the box clasp (BC122) and one end of each length of beading wire (BW615). Thread one crimp tube (BD314) onto each length of wire, then one at a time, thread the wire through one of the connectors on the box clasp. Bring each of the wires around and back through each of the crimp tubes. Cinch up the crimp tube so that there is a minimal wire tail left. Crimp each of the tubes securely with your crimping pliers (PL125), and clip off the excess wire tail with your side cutters (PL495).

2) (For the majority of this project, you will be threading your beads onto both lengths of wire) if at this time you want to attach the crimp covers (BD424) onto the two crimped tubes from step #1, you can, or you can wait until you're done with all of your stringing. If choosing to wait, remember to allow a tiny bit of slack to fit the crimp covers on after all of your beadwork. All of the crimp covers are closed by using the round indent (or the rounding portion) of your crimping pliers.

3) Begin the first half of your beadwork --

4) Start your beadwork.
2
Gold Rounded Cubes
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Swarovski Smoked Topaz Bicone
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Topaz Bicone
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Filled Tube
1
Smoked Topaz Bicone
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Topaz Bicone
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead

5) At this point, look at the two strands of beading wire. One will naturally want to sit on the outside of the two. This is the strand that will hold the wrapped loop drop. Take this one strand of beading wire and thread one Frosted Black Onyx Bead (FB008) onto it. Set the necklace aside just for a moment.

6) Take one of the headpins (HP114), and thread on one Jet Bicone (AC4398), one Topaz Bicone (AC6022) and another Jet Bicone (AC4398). Using your round nose and chain nose pliers, make a wrapped loop with the remaining wire and cut off any excess wire with your side cutters. Pick the necklace back up and thread the wrapped loop headpin onto the strand of beading wire that we worked with in step #4. Take the beading wire around and back up through the Black Onyx Bead (FB008). Cinch up the beading wire so that there is very little slack, and only a small loop remains hanging (with the wrapped loop attached) underneath the Black Onyx Bead. (The small loop needs to be just large enough to allow movement for the biconed wrapped loop headpin)

7) Continue with using both strands of beading wire to do your beadwork --

8) Start your beadwork.
1
Swarovski Smoked Topaz Bicone
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Swarovski Topaz Bicone
(seperate strands)
1
Swarovski Jet Bicone onto each strand

9) Again, locate the strand of beading wire that wants to be on the outside of the two and thread a Topaz Bicone and another Jet Bicone onto this strand. Set the necklace aside momentarily.

10) Open the Jump Ring (JR504) with your chain nose and round nose pliers. Attach this jump ring to the Pumpkin Charm (CM1002). Close the Jump Ring very securely. Pick the necklace back up and thread this Jump Ring (Charm Attached) onto the strand you were working with in step #7. Take the wire around and back up through the Jet Bicone, Topaz Bicone and the other Jet Bicone on this strand.

11) Bring the two strands of beading wire back together and thread one more Jet Bicone and another Topaz Bicone onto both strands. Continue with your beadwork working in the opposite direction. (If you follow from step #6 where it lists Frosted Black Onyx Bead and work up, you're all set, you've already strung the Jet Bicones and Topaz Bicone for this step working backwards)

To Finish.
12) After all of your beadwork is done, double check your stringing and use the last two crimp tubes and crimp covers to finish the beading wires. (String on one crimp tube at a time and attach the crimp covers one at a time as well. It just makes it easier to manuver the crimping pliers at this time.) Cut off any excess wire as close as you can with your side cutters and you're done!!
What a "spooktacular" necklace for Halloween!1. Take one half of the box clasp (BC122) and one end of each length of beading wire (BW615). Thread one crimp tube (BD314) onto each length of wire, then one at a time, thread the wire through one of the connectors on the box clasp. Bring each of the wires around and back through each of the crimp tubes. Cinch up the crimp tube so that there is a minimal wire tail left. Crimp each of the tubes securely with your crimping pliers (PL125), and clip off the excess wire tail with your side cutters (PL495).

2) (For the majority of this project, you will be threading your beads onto both lengths of wire) if at this time you want to attach the crimp covers (BD424) onto the two crimped tubes from step #1, you can, or you can wait until you're done with all of your stringing. If choosing to wait, remember to allow a tiny bit of slack to fit the crimp covers on after all of your beadwork. All of the crimp covers are closed by using the round indent (or the rounding portion) of your crimping pliers.

3) Begin the first half of your beadwork --

4) Start your beadwork.
2
Gold Rounded Cubes
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Swarovski Smoked Topaz Bicone
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Topaz Bicone
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Filled Tube
1
Smoked Topaz Bicone
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Topaz Bicone
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead

5) At this point, look at the two strands of beading wire. One will naturally want to sit on the outside of the two. This is the strand that will hold the wrapped loop drop. Take this one strand of beading wire and thread one Frosted Black Onyx Bead (FB008) onto it. Set the necklace aside just for a moment.

6) Take one of the headpins (HP114), and thread on one Jet Bicone (AC4398), one Topaz Bicone (AC6022) and another Jet Bicone (AC4398). Using your round nose and chain nose pliers, make a wrapped loop with the remaining wire and cut off any excess wire with your side cutters. Pick the necklace back up and thread the wrapped loop headpin onto the strand of beading wire that we worked with in step #4. Take the beading wire around and back up through the Black Onyx Bead (FB008). Cinch up the beading wire so that there is very little slack, and only a small loop remains hanging (with the wrapped loop attached) underneath the Black Onyx Bead. (The small loop needs to be just large enough to allow movement for the biconed wrapped loop headpin)

7) Continue with using both strands of beading wire to do your beadwork --

8) Start your beadwork.
1
Swarovski Smoked Topaz Bicone
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Gold Rounded Cube
1
Black Onyx Bead
1
Swarovski Topaz Bicone
(seperate strands)
1
Swarovski Jet Bicone onto each strand

9) Again, locate the strand of beading wire that wants to be on the outside of the two and thread a Topaz Bicone and another Jet Bicone onto this strand. Set the necklace aside momentarily.

10) Open the Jump Ring (JR504) with your chain nose and round nose pliers. Attach this jump ring to the Pumpkin Charm (CM1002). Close the Jump Ring very securely. Pick the necklace back up and thread this Jump Ring (Charm Attached) onto the strand you were working with in step #7. Take the wire around and back up through the Jet Bicone, Topaz Bicone and the other Jet Bicone on this strand.

11) Bring the two strands of beading wire back together and thread one more Jet Bicone and another Topaz Bicone onto both strands. Continue with your beadwork working in the opposite direction. (If you follow from step #6 where it lists Frosted Black Onyx Bead and work up, you're all set, you've already strung the Jet Bicones and Topaz Bicone for this step working backwards)

To Finish.
12) After all of your beadwork is done, double check your stringing and use the last two crimp tubes and crimp covers to finish the beading wires. (String on one crimp tube at a time and attach the crimp covers one at a time as well. It just makes it easier to manuver the crimping pliers at this time.) Cut off any excess wire as close as you can with your side cutters and you're done!!
What a "spooktacular" necklace for Halloween!
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