How to Make a Wire Wrapped Shell Pendant Necklace

Hello there! How is your Christmas? Any interesting things to share? Well, today I’m here to share you a tutorial on how to make a wire wrapped necklace.

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Yes, there it is! It looks really chic right? If you like it, let’s make it together! To get start, let prepare the items first:
16x8mm Beige Pearl Bead
10MM White Pearl Beads
8MM White Pearl Beads
12MM Green Pearl Bead
12MM Pink Pearl Bead
Korean Waxed Polyester Cord
Cord Ends
Aluminum Wire
Lobster Claw Clasp
Iron Jump Rings
Copper Wire
Pliers

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Step 1: Wrap the basic shell component.
Cut two pieces of gold aluminum wire, wrap them into snail circles. Once finished, twist them together tightly.

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Step 2: Decorate the shell.
1st, wrap two pieces of copper wires at the coincident point of those two aluminum wires to make them stable.
2nd, wrap the ends of aluminum wires into random shape as you like, fix them with copper wires, and thread some pearl beads onto the wires as picture shows below.

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Step 3: Add pearls to the shell.
Prepare several different sized pearl beads, and wrap them into the shell with copper wire.

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Step 4: Finish the pendant necklace.
Thread the shell pendant onto a Korean waxed polyester cord, fix the cord ends and link them together with a lobster claw clasp.

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Done!

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This wire wrapped shell pendant necklace is chic and easy to make. It could be a wonderful gift for both kids and young ladies. Would you like to make one?

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