How to Make a Wire Wrapped Lotus Pendant Necklace

Hello there! Last weekend when I was on my way to visit my grandparents, I saw so many lotus ponds and the lotuses are so beautiful! So I decide to DIY some lotus accessories. And now, I’m here to share you a wire wrapped lotus pendant necklace, hope you’ll like it.

How to Make a Wire Wrapped Lotus Pendant Necklace 1

Materials needed to make the wire wrapped lotus pendant necklace:
Brass Jumprings
Brass Cross Chain
8mm Blue Round Crackle Glass Beads
Brass Eye Pins
2mm Brown Aluminum Wire
Lobster Clasp
Chain Nose Pliers
Round Nose Pliers
Side Cutting Pliers

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How to make the wire wrapped pendant necklace:
Step 1: Wrap the lotus pendant with aluminum wire.
Cut a proper length of aluminum wire, fold it and wrap it into a drop shape with pliers. Then repeat to wrap more drop shapes to make the lotus. Once finished, cut off extra wires and fix the bottom.

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Step 2: Finish the lotus pendant necklace.
1st, make six bead links with eyepins and crackle glass beads.
2nd, add two bead links to the lotus pendant as picture shows.
3rd, prepare two pieces of chains, add two bead links to each chain as picture shows.
4th, connect the lotus pendant and chains together, and connect the chains with a lobster clasp.

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Done!

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Don’t you think it’s pretty? It’s not difficult to make and it’s quite suitable for summer days! If you like it, try to make one!

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