Design Instructions

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Supplies needed

  • 1    Evil Eye Charm with Metallic Blue Crystal    (94-6826-01)
  • 1    Evil Eye Charm with Metallic Blue Crystal    (94-6826-02)
  • 1    Evil Eye Charm with Metallic Blue Crystal    (94-6826-03)
  • 1    Lotus Petal Charm    (94-2536-12)
  • 1    Lotus Petal Charm    (94-2536-27)
  • 1    Ganesh Charm    (94-2534-12)
  • 1    Ganesh Charm    (94-2534-26)
  • 1    Beckoning Kitty Charm    (94-2535-12)
  • 1    Beckoning Kitty Charm    (94-2535-26)
  • 1    7mm Dotted Spacer Bead    (94-0452-12)
  • 1    7mm Dotted Spacer Bead    (94-0452-26)
  • 2    Round Jump Ring 20 Gauge 4mm ID    (01-0024-01)
  • 3    Round Jump Ring 20 Gauge 4mm ID    (01-0024-27)
  • 18    6mm round Jasper gemstone beads
  • 10"   1mm clear elastic beading cord
  • Clear nail polish

Tools

  • scissors
  • chain nose pliers

Skill Level: Easy 

Finished Size: Approx. 7 1/2"

Designer: Katie Hill

Watch our technique videos playlist on YouTube (look for video on jump rings).

 

Tip: When you string the dangles and charms, make sure they all face the same direction.

Steps

  1. Connect the silver evil eye charm to a silver jump ring; set aside. Connect a brass evil eye charm to a brass jump ring and set aside; connect a gold evil eye charm to a brass jump ring and set aside.
  2. Connect the silver lotus charm to a silver jump ring; set aside. Repeat with the gold lotus charm and brass jump ring.
  3. Use the elastic to string 1 gemstone bead, 1 brass evil eye dangle, 2 gemstone beads, the silver beckoning kitty charm, 2 gemstone beads, 1 spacer, the brass lotus charm dangle, 2 spacers, 2 gemstone beads, the silver Ganesh charm, 2 gemstone beads, 1 gold evil eye dangle, 2 gemstone beads, the gold beckoning kitty charm, 2 gemstone beads, the silver evil eye dangle, 2 gemstone beads, the gold Ganesh charm, 2 gemstone beads, the silver lotus charm dangle, and 1 gemstone bead.
  4. Snug the beads and tie a surgeons knot (Fig 1) with the cord ends to form a circle. Note: The beads should have enough room between them to move freely, but no cord should show. Dot the knot with a bit of nail polish and hold the beads apart while the polish dries.
  5. Trim the extra cord. Slide the knot into the nearest bead.

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