35 cm (14 inches) of 20 gauge wire
10 cm (4 inches) of 28 gauge wire
1 glass drop - 10mm x 14mm
1 copper bead - size 5 mm
4 copper beads - size 3 mm
2 copper beads - size 2,5 mm
Take 20 gauge wire – and make a loop like on the photo. Hoop should be in the middle of the wire!
It is easier to first just bend in half the wire and then make a hoop. After that move, make two
swirls with your wires, as shown on the photos.
Put copper bead (size 5mm) on both wires, then make small loops as shown on the photos.
Now you have to attache the drop to the pendant. Take 28 gauge wire and wrap it to the wire base -
like on the photos (4 or 5 wraps should be enough – on both sides) Then put the drop on the wire
and wire wrap the other part of the wire. It should be as closest as you can to the wire base.
Then cut the rest of the thin wires.
Bend wires as shown on the photo
Put copper bead on the both wires, and bend them to the reverse side of the pendant.
Put another copper bead onto both wires and bend this part up as shown on the photos.
Now put copper bead (size 2.5mm) on the wire and fold it around the bead as shown. Do the same thing with second wire.
Bend wires as shown on the photo.
Put copper bead on the wire and bend it closely to the bead. Do the same thing with your other
wire. (You can shorter the wires a little bit after that move if they are too long).
Make a small swirl at the end of the wire and bend it into the pendant (look at the red arrow). Do the same thing with second wire.
Turn the upper loop perpendicular to the pendant, now you will be able to hand it on the chain.
Your pendant is ready!
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