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Fun Times

Janice's Notes

Project Info:

Level: Intermediate

Estimated time: Weekend

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Fun Times

Hammered Hook and Eye- Antique Copper


$1.95 USD

Czech Mix- Natural

Czech Mix Strands

$8.00 USD

$9.45 USD

My Fair Lady- Antique Copper Chain by the Foot


$8.65 USD

Long and Short- Antique Copper Chain by the Foot


$2.35 USD

Feel Good- Antique Copper Chain by the Foot


$3.95 USD

8-641 Dyed Rose Bronze S/L Alabaster

Miyuki Seed Beads- 8/0

$4.15 USD

Happy Donuts- Antique Copper (20 pieces)

Metal Beads

$6.50 USD

Beloved Lotus- Antique Copper

Metal Beads

$0.75 USD

Floral Round- Antique Copper

Metal Beads

$1.25 USD

Lotus Bead- Antique Copper

Metal Beads

$0.90 USD

Succulent Charm- Antique Copper


$1.75 USD

5mm/18g Jump Rings- Antique Copper

Jump Rings

$3.95 USD

2 Inch 2mm Dot Head Pins- Antique Copper (10 pieces)

Head Pins

$3.50 USD

ParaWire Bare Copper- 22G Round


$3.85 USD

EuroTool Round Nose Plier


$12.95 USD

Eurotool Chain Nose Plier


$12.95 USD

Eurotool Bent Nose Plier


$12.95 USD

Eurotool Ultra Flush Cutter


$36.95 USD

Project Map

Project and Sample by Janice Parsons

We love a "neck mess" look...loads of necklaces, layered for a style that's messy-chic! This single necklace takes the cake---several strands in one! This project is a lot like a multi-strand Charm Bracelet turned into a necklace.

I have wanted to make a "neck mess" for a while using fun Czech glass and chain. I think I need more and more to really say "fun times" and mean it!

First, Janice freed all the glass beads from their strands. She began to see a color story emerge. Out of all the beads on the Forest, Natural, and Crystal Copper strands, there were only about 5 beads that wouldn't work with her palette. She added a variety of Metal Beads to help round out the look.


Janice took each bead and wire wrapped them individually with a Happy Donut and one 8/0 Miyuki Seed Bead before attaching to the chain. Three different chains make up the bulk of the necklace, and the fourth chain is used as an adjuster at the clasp. All three strands of chain are joined together with a wire-wrapped bead unit. Five of these units make their own chain on each side, from the "charm" section of the necklace to the clasp.

Please join us as our worldwide community gathers on Facebook and YouTube at 10:30am Pacific Time on February 25th, 2022. It’s so much fun to go live with us and bead together! After the live broadcast the video will be available above.

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