Faux Stained Glass Bead Pendant Tutorial





Introduction: Faux Stained Glass Bead Pendant Tutorial

http://www.JewelryLessonVideos.com presents: Faux Stained Glass Bead Pendant Tutorial. In this lesson, Susan Karczewski a published jewelry designer and the owner of Purr-fectly Unique Design Studio and Boutique, will teach you how to create a beautiful pendant that you can place your favorite charm into.

By using beads as your base to melt, your finished pendant will have a “stained glass” look and feel to it. This lesson requires minimal tools and supplies which makes it a perfect fit for any jewelry designer’s skill level. This project is a great way to encase your favorite charm and turn it into a necklace.

Use beads in a whole new way!

For this lesson you will need:
Wire Cutters
Needle Nose Pliers
Pendant Plate
Plastic Beads (Enough to Fill the Pendant Plate)
6mm Jump Ring
Baking Dish Covered with Tin Foil

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Step 1: Watch the Video Above to Get Started!

We are educating the masses on how to make jewelry through our easy to follow video tutorials! Please watch the above video lesson and feel free to pause, fast forward, and rewind as much as you would like during your training. Through video, we allow you to work at your own pace and have a complete visual representation of every step that is required to make the piece of jewelry that is featured in our lesson.

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