Cluster Pendant's are so difficult to photograph! But Oh So Easy to make!
Like beyond easy!!!
What you need:
beads (I used the cutest flower beads)
headpins (mine had a loop but you can use without)
Approx 10 minutes
What to do:
Follow the pictures below;
Thread a bead onto a headpin and bend the headpin at a 90 degree angle.
Using pliers bend the headpin back around to form a loop.
Snip off the excess wire.
I made my cluster kind of short and chunky, so I made up 6 beads.
Add 2 beads to a jump ring, close it
Loop another jump ring through the first one, then add a bead to each side of the opening.
Add a final jump ring and attach to a chain!
So cute and seriously simple to make.
I made this green cluster pendant with smaller flower shaped beads and added a large ring spacer to change up the look.
Here I have shown you 3 looks for this particular pendant.
I love them all to be honest, I wouldn't know which to choose.
This look is really pretty and Summery and so easy to make. Have a look at these earrings that Amy from One Artsy Mama made.. Cute, cute, cute!!!
I hope Amy and I have inspired you to try this technique. Don't forget to stop over and say hi to Amy.
Take Care everyone,
So beautiful as always Nat, just so delicate.ReplyDelete
I love these cluster pendants! Such great visual impact!! My fave is the one with the ring around it!ReplyDelete
How is it that I always have a new favorite....I love the green cluster necklace! Love the black one too, but that green one is so darn pretty - I love it inside the circle!!! As always, an awesome tutorial!!! Pinning. :)ReplyDelete
I know you're shocked...but I love the green one best! You do the best tutorials Nat! Your photos are gorgeous too! Love the 3-way look!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous pendants - love the colours!ReplyDelete
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