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How to make a beaded tassel druzy necklace - jewellery making tutorial

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How to make a beaded tassel druzy necklace - jewellery making tutorial

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Learn how to create this beautiful tassel necklace using the sparklying new Druzy pendants. Tassels are very popular, so we thought we would treat you to this new design, and by adding the druzy pendant as a focal point to the necklace this will give you that extra sparkle. You will sparkle throughout the day :) 

We bring you three design inspirations so you can select your favourite one or create you own in the colours of your choice. We were spoilt for choice with the extensive semi-precious range and we chose to use Lava, Agate and Larvikite. 

Ready? Let's make. 

Supplies 
Semi-Precious stones 6mm rounds in Lava, Larvakite & Agate
Druzy Quartz irregular pendants
CrystaLove™ Rondelles 4x6mm in dark silver
Tassels 25mm in cream
Jump rings
Eyepin


Step 1

Cut the chain to your desired length (I made the chain long enough so I could fit it over my head). Now cut 30cm of wire and attach the wire to the chain using a crimp bead.  

Step 2

Thread the beads onto the wire in the sequence below:

5x 6mm stone beads
3x rondelle beads
18x 6mm stone beads
3x rondelle beads
5x 6mm stone beads

Step 3

Attach the other end of your wire to your chain using a crimp bead and cut any excess wire. 

Step 4

Thread the Druzy pendant onto an eyepin, create a loop at the end with your round nose pliers. Now attach a jump ring onto the tassel and attach it to the eyepin loop. Close the jump ring to secure it in place. 

Step 5

To finish, open the loop of the eyepin and attach it to the centre of your beaded strand. Your necklace is now complete. 

Step 6

We hope you enjoyed our tutorial and you now have a beautiful beaded tassel necklace :) Feel Free to share your wonderful creations with us.  We really like looking at your designs inspired by our tutorials on our Facebook Group

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