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Free beaded jewelry tutorials diy easter egg necklace with an old bracelet

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Free beaded jewelry tutorials diy easter egg necklace with an old bracelet

  1. 1. Free beaded jewelry tutorials-DIY Easter egg necklace with an old braceletThe free beaded jewelry tutorials are mainly aim at updating an old Turquoise bracelet into freshnew egg necklace piece for the approaching Easter, and next summer seasons and so on. This is another segment of the eco-friendly beaded jewelry tutorials. When firstly saw the turquoise bracelet which elastic was unstring, I decide to bring them home for my new Easter egg necklace. The statement egg necklace is matching fitly with the cardigan as well as jeans short in summer. Just check it out here!Materials will need in the egg necklace:  Turquoise beads  Stain ribbon  Felt fabric  Hot melt glue gun  Glue stickDetails about the beaded jewelry tutorials:Step1: take down the turquoise beadsTake down the beads and then lay out on a piece felt fabricinto triangle or any other shape you prefer. After making surethe arrangement of beads, glue on them with glue gun.Step2: cut out the shapeWhen let the glue dry completely and each bead is surlyadhered to the felt fabric, you can now cut out the areagradually with scissors.Step3: attach on the Stain ribbon
  2. 2. Shape another piece of felt fabric and thread the stain ribbon between two layers of fabric and glueall of them with each other. Repeat the same process once more for the other tip.Ok, your statement egg necklace is finished. Just set free your imagination and you may find it isreally easy and fun to make. Just position some beads on felt fabric and then assemble the ribbonand here you are! Follow the beaded jewelry tutorials and you can recycle any old jewelry.Find more recycling projects, please visit: http://www.pandahall.com/learning-center.html

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