Rosalind Necklace Instructions Designed by Cynthia Kimura
For a unique bridal look, try incorporating copper touches into your wedding jewelry. Copper looks beautiful with white, as this necklace shows, and would make a wonderful complement to blush or rose gold colors. It can add a modern twist on more traditional styles. Discover more inspiration for wedding jewelry in this Artbeads Cafe episode.
Step one: Cut a length of jewelry wire approximately 20 inches long. Slide a 2x2mm copper crimp tube onto the wire, followed by one half of the 15x11mm antique copper-plated rhinestone magnetic clasp. Bring the wire back through the crimp tube and crimp in place. Hide the crimp with a 3mm antique copper crimp cover. Learn how to use crimp covers here.
Step two: Add three Swarovski 6mm round crystal Pearlescent White pearls to the wire, followed by a TierraCast antique copper Casbah round bead. Then, add five pearls and a copper bead to the strand. Repeat the pattern of five pearls and a copper bead nine times, then add three pearls.
Step three: Add a crimp tube to the wire, followed by the other half of the magnetic clasp. Bring the wire back through the crimp tube and crimp in place. Hide the crimp with a crimp cover.
List of Components: Swarovski 5810 6mm Round Crystal Pearlescent White Pearl (5810-PWH6, qty 56) TierraCast Antique Copper Casbah Round Bead (CA-5626, qty 11) 15 x 11mm Antique Copper-Plated Rhinestone Magnetic Clasp (CLASP-0659, qty 1) 2x2mm Copper Crimp Tube (FIND-1061, qty 2) 3mm Antique Copper Crimp Cover (FIND-1064, qty 2)
These are fun alternatives to those listed above: Swarovski 5810 6mm Round Pearl Crystal Iridescent Red (5810-CIR6) TierraCast Antique Silver Casbah Round Bead (SA-5626) 15 x 11mm Silver-Plated Rhinestone Magnetic Clasp (CLASP-0662)