Monday, September 26, 2016

Pearl Bubble Necklaces

Three different dresses, one necklace. My girls were just flower girls in both of their aunt's weddings and with Christmas coming up, there are a lot of new dresses in their future. They needed necklaces to wear with all three dresses, but instead of making three different necklaces, I went with a simple and gorgeous necklace that would match all three. I love how these pearl bubble necklaces turned out and they really do go with just about everything! 

I got everything I needed for this necklace from Fizzy Pops! 

You will need from Fizzy Pops:

 First you will need to cut your wire the desired length of your necklace plus 1.5 inches on each side. My wire is 20 inches long, plus the 1.5 inches on each side, for a total of 23 inches.

Close a 6mm jump ring and slide it on the end of your wire. Loop the wire around the ring and then slide two crimp beads over both sections of wire. Use a pair of pliers to crimp the crimp beads down until they are tight and flat. You can also add an extender chain at this point, if you want to. For detailed instructions on adding an extender chain, check out the Fizzy Pops tutorial here.

After your beads are crimped. you are ready to add your necklace beads.

Spacer Bead
Pearl Bead
Spacer Bead
Pearl Bead

(repeated 4x)

Spacer Bead
Flower Pendant
Space Bead

Spacer Bead
Pearl Bead
Spacer Bead
Pearl Bead

(repeated 3x)

Slide a lobster clasp onto a 6mm jump ring and then close the jump ring. Slide the jump ring onto the wire and then double back the wire through the crimp beads and a couple extra of the necklace beads. Crimp the crimp beads until they are tight and then trim the excess wire.

If you want the rose pendent to hang directly in the center, instead of to the side, use the same amount of beads on each side of the necklace, instead of a few more on one side. You can also make this necklace a straight pearl necklace by omitting the flower pendent.

I truly love Fizzy Pops! They have the best quality beads and great customer service. I have made quite a bit with their beads. You can check out my other Fizzy Pops Necklace tutorials here: BB8 Necklace, Red, White and Blue Necklace, Harry Potter House Necklaces and a Oreo Necklace.

Fizzy Pops has generously offered to give on lucky reader the supplies to make their own pearl necklace, like the ones my daughters are wearing in the photos!
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