Greet the day with golden shine and soft feminine color with this elegant multi-stranded necklace. Its clean display will leave your fashion looking as fresh as dew drops on petals.
Step one: Cut the satin hamilton gold-plated small oval link chain into one 12-inch long strand and one 11-inch long strand. Cut the satin hamilton gold-plated textured oval cable chain into two 12-inch long strands. Cut one piece of jewelry wire 13 inches long and one piece 18 inches long.
Step two: Attach one end of the 13-inch jewelry wire strand to one 4.5mm antique brass-plated 21 gauge open jump ring using one 14K/20 gold-filled 2x2mm crimp tube. Read our Handy Tip on how to use a crimp tube if you need help. Cover the crimp tube with one 3mm gold-filled crimp cover. Learn how to use a crimp cover by reading our Handy Tip in the Learning Center.
Step three: String the wire with three 6mm white rice freshwater pearls and one Czech glass wide leaf in tan pearl. Repeat this pattern eight more times and then add three more rice pearls. Attach the wire end to one end of the 12-inch small oval link chain using a second crimp tube and crimp cover. Connect the other end of the chain to one 5.5mm gold-plated 21 gauge open jump ring. Watch our Handy Tip video to learn how to open and close a jump ring if you need help.
Step four: Connect the brass-plated jump ring from step two to the pointed end of the Kabela Design antique brass trellis charm. Attach a second brass-plated jump ring to the other end of the charm, and then connect it to the 11-inch long small oval link chain. Attach the other end of the chain to one gold-plated jump ring.
Step five: Connect the Kabela Design antique brass bird's nest charm to the bottom ring of the Kabela Design antique brass soaring bird link using one antique brass jump ring. Attach another brass jump ring to the remaining rings on the bird link. Connect each jump ring to one end of each textured oval cable chain. Attach the other end of each chain to one gold-plated jump ring.
Step six: Attach one end of the 18-inch wire strand to one gold-plated jump ring using a crimp tube. String the wire with one TierraCast gold antique small Turkish heishi bead spacer and then three golden cream head-drilled pearls. Repeat this pattern 36 more times and then string one more spacer. Connect the open end to a gold-plated jump ring with another crimp tube.
Step seven: Connect one gold-plated jump ring from each strand to the bar portion of the brass-plated brass petal design circle toggle clasp in ascending order, with the head-drilled pearl strand on top. Connect the other three jump rings to the loop portion of the clasp.
Approximate size: inside: 18 ½ inches outside: 39 ½ inches Estimated time: Less than 1 ½ hours Difficulty level: Beginner