Chi Necklace Instructions Designed by Cynthia Kimura
Every June 5, the United Nations asks you to stop and think about the environment, both locally and globally during World Environment Day. This vintage necklace is a visual reminder with nature-inspired elements and a green and brown color palette. Try using the alternative components listed below for a brighter piece.
Step One: Use the antique vintage brass-plated pewter splash donut bail to create a dangle with the 1.5-inch double sided donut in dark/light teal with gold bamboo and the antique brass scarab pendant. Pinch the bail together. Attach the bail to the center of the antique brass-plated oval link chain with an 8mm antique brass-plated open jump ring. For help with jump rings visit the Handy Tips section of the Learning Center.
Step Two: String the hand dyed silk in brown/purple with green edges through the chain intermittently, making sure to string it through the bail. Cut the silk to the same length as the chain. Crimp a 2mm antique vintage brass-plated pewter plain crimp end to each end of the silk. Use a dab of glue for added security. For help with crimp ends visit the Handy Tips section of the Learning Center.
Step Three: Use a 5.5mm antique brass-plated open jump ring to attach the ends of the chain and silk to the antique vintage brass-plated pewter hook and eye clasp.