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Circle of Color Necklace | Jewelry Design Ideas

Circle of Color Necklace

by Michele Rose

This light and fun design is a great inspiration on how to use the Swarovski Circle Pendant. Michele designed this piece with Provence Lavender and Chrysolite Opal which are perfect for summer jewelry and wedding designs. The use of lightweight chain for fringe is very playful and sturdy. This piece utilizes all sterling components and would make a great gift for a bride or bridesmaid. Finished length 18 inches.

2 Swarovski 8mm chrysolite opal circle pendants
1 Swarovski 8mm provence lavender circle pendant
2 Swarovski 4mm provence lavender bicones
1 Sterling silver 7mm closed jumpring
18 inches of sterling silver 1mm cable chain
1 inch of sterling silver 1mm cable chain
2 inches of sterling silver 1mm cable chain
3 inches of sterling silver 1mm cable chain
1 6mm sterling silver 6mm springring clasp
1 foot of 26 gauge 1/2 hard sterling silver wire

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step 1
step 1
Thread each short piece of chain through a circle pendant. Using the 26 gauge wire and a simple wire twist attach each circle pendant to the jumpring.
step 2
step 2
With a simple wire twist using the 26 gauge wire and one crystal bicone, attach the springring clasp to the chain.
step 3
step 3
With a simple wire twist using the 26 gauge wire and one crystal bicone, make a jumpring on the other side of the chain to clasp into. Make the loop about 5mm.

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