4 Steps to Make a Cute Lampwork Bead Necklace

Recently, lampwork beads have become more and more popular among jewelry makers, and there are increasing numbers of craft workers start making lampwork beads at their own studios. So I was wondering what I could create with lampwork beads, then here comes my work: a cute lampwork bead necklace.

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What you need to make the lampwork bead necklace:
Brass jump rings
Lobster claw jewelry clasps
Handmade lampwork beads
Blown glass globe beads
Brass cabochon settings
Bead cap
Bronze chain
Plastic water leaf
Scissors
Glue gun
Glue stick

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How to make the simple pendant necklace:
Step 1: Trim off a leaf and use the glue gun to insert it to a lampwork bead.

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Step 2: Prepare a blown glass bead and a brass cabochon base. Glue the lampwork bead onto the cabochon base, and then attach the blown glass bead to it either. Make sure they are glued tightly.

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Step 3: Use the glue gun to add a bead cap on the top of the blown glass bead.

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Step 4: Finish the simple chain necklace by connecting the chain and the beads with jumprings and lobster claw clasp.

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Tada! Here comes the final look of this super cute beaded chain necklace:

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The necklace is cool and it’s pretty easy to make it right?
You know, I always think it’s much happier to create stylish jewelry at home than by them at stores. After all, the things you made by your self is much personalized than that made by others. If you agree with me, then go get your own jewelry making supplies and create something for yourself or your beloved ones!

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