DIY Geometric Necklace

Geometric Necklace | The Merrythought We recently got the most amazing package of goodies from a sweet shop called KanduBeads in Wallingford, CT. I can’t even tell you how excited I was while I was looking through the stuff they sent us! I have a few projects in the works using some of the items they sent over and today I’m sharing the first one that I’ve completed!
Geometric Necklace | The MerrythoughtGeometric Necklace | The Merrythought What you need:
-Kandu bead: graduated pyrite semi faceted bead
-24+” chain and clasp
-Pliers/wire cutter
-Soldering tool
-Eye pin

How to make it:
-Form a triangle and a circle with your wire (I used a dark and light silver.) and use the soldering tool to solder the ends together.
-Put your pyrite bead on your eye pin and bend the eye so that it lies flat against the bottom of the bead.
-At the top of the bead, twist a loop tightly in the wire and trim off the excess with the wire cutter.
-Slip all three items onto the chain and you’re done!
Geometric Necklace | The MerrythoughtGeometric Necklace | The MerrythoughtGeometric Necklace | The MerrythoughtGeometric Necklace | The Merrythought Can’t wait to share more of these projects over the next few weeks!
Until then, pop over and check out some of the goodness Kandubeads has to offer:
Website. Etsy. Facebook.

xo. Caitlin

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