26 March 2009 ~ 3 Comments



The Necklette – paper bead necklace convertable to bracelet


I can say I have come a long way turning paper beads into jewelry – rings, necklaces, earrings and bracelets. I look at the different colors and patterns of the paper beads and my mind races along with what beautiful jewelry I can make out of them.

Today, I came up with the Necklette – a necklace with magnetic closure that can be easily converted into a bracelet. I find that it is easier to string them with a silk cord and clam tips – once you have practiced doing this, you will be able to make one in 15 minutes (as long as you already have your color pattern). I think this is a great item for fund raisers and craft shows.

Materials:
22 pcs. Paper beads (for a 26 inch necklace)
26 pcs. 6 mm firepolish crystal (or any 6mm bead)
#6 silk cord (color to match your beads)
GS hypocement glue or clear nail polish
2 clam tips
1 small magnetic clasp

Step by step procedure or youtube video.


3 Responses to “The Necklette – paper bead necklace convertable to bracelet”

  1. deborah 28 February 2010 at 3:26 pm Permalink

    I trademarked the name Necklette many years ago!! Sorry

    • JaniceMae 28 February 2010 at 3:51 pm Permalink

      Hello Deborah,

      I did not mean to say that I came up with the concept, just that I came up with that project for that day. Thank you for visiting. Janice

  2. bracelet 13 April 2009 at 9:37 pm Permalink

    Well, nice buddy… Someone will love this bracelet if I tell her about this. She’s really interested in this jewelry. Thanks again…


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