Seashell Napkin Holder & Necklace Instructions Designed by Cynthia Kimura
These napkin holders were originally made for Maggie's wedding table. They double as a party favor that the guests can take home and wear as a fun, summer necklace.
Step one: Using a generous length of Supplemax stringing material, string seven pink curled shells together. Put a Bead Stopper on one end of the string.
Step two: Wrap the other end of the string between two of the shells around the original string and pull both ends tight to create a circle with the shells. String four round luhuanus shell beads on the loose end of the string and wrap it around the string opposite of the first wrap. Go back through the closest round bead, then string another round bead and go through the last round on the other side.
Step three: Pull both ends of the string to the back of the design and tie securely.
Step four: String a silk ribbon through the back of the design and it can be wrapped around a napkin or worn as a necklace.
Note: The shell and stringing material will be enough to make at least four napkin rings, you will need to order as many ribbons as you will need. Estimated time: Under one hour Difficulty level: Beginner
Tools Used: Supplemax 0.30mm white (SUPL50W30) Bead Stopper (BEADSTPR)
List of Components: Pink curled shell pack (SHLPNK01, qty 1 pack) Discontinued Round Luhuanus shell bead (SHLRND01, qty 1 strand) 42 inch peach silk fairy ribbon (RBSILK-PEACH, qty 1) Note: Our pink curled shell (SHLPNK01) has been discontinued. To see our other shell beads and pendants click here.