Jewelry Making Made Easy: Gypsy Garden Necklace

Jewelry Making: Gypsy Garden Necklace

 

It seems that people either love or hate asymmetry and they have especially strong opinions about it when it comes to jewelry. I’m the kind of gal who enjoys jewelry that is asymmetrical.   What about you? Symmetrical or asymmetrical?

This is a necklace I created for an eBook (you can down load the eBook here) for Consumer Crafts. It’s been a while and I got the OK to share. I hope you enjoy it!

Supplies:

 

 

 

1. Count from the lobster clasp on the 24 inch chain 20 links. Spread a link apart and separate from the rest of the chain.

 

Jewelry Making: Gypsy Garden Necklace

 

2. Add the green rose from GG-049 with a jump ring.  Add 7 more chain links with a jump ring and then the blue rose.

 

Jewelry Making: Gypsy Garden Necklace

 

3.  Count 21 chain links. Add a jump ring on link number 8.

 

4. Using the photo below, cut the large blue part from the rest of the product in GG-024, run an eye pin from GG-040 through the round bead, a green rose and out the top of the blue round bead, carefully create a simple loop at the top. Attach to the jump ring on link number 8 mentioned in Step 3.

 

Jewelry Making: Gypsy Garden Necklace

 

5. Assemble the two blue squares and the light blue oval from package GG-040 as shown below. Add 16 links from the remaining chain and the other half of the clasp.

 

Jewelry Making: Gypsy Garden Necklace

 

6. Attach the piece assembled in Step 5 to the piece with the focal bead using a jump ring.

 

Jewelry Making: Gypsy Garden Necklace

 

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