Dragonfly Melody

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Adding nickel seed beads to your necklace can be an inexpensive way to add cool elements to your piece. This will add the allusion of a costly piece, cheap yet posh, isn’t that what we are all looking for? Heather used two different pendants to add shape and color to her focal point. Now you can do it too!
Required Materials: (a) 12 nickel size 11° seed beads (b) 6 Botswana agate 8mm faceted coins (c) 6 blue labradorite 8×3–5mm faceted rondelles (d) 6 wood 8×17mm daggers (e) 4 green-and-brown 12×7mm polymer clay rondelles (f) 1 green 35mm sheet music–print square ceramic pendant.
Tools Needed: 2 pairs of chain- or flat-nose pliers. round-nose pliers, and wire cutters.
Originally Published: Stringing, Spring 2010

SKU: EP3248

Author/Speaker/Editor: Heather Powers

Format: eProject

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