Introduction: Recycled Wine Cork Necklace Tutorial

JewelryLessonVideos.com in association with Purr-fectly Unique Jewelry presents: Recycled Wine Cork Necklace Tutorial. This lesson is a great way to recycle an old wine cork and turn it into a wearable necklace!

Published jewelry designer Susan Karczewski walks you through her one-of-a-kind tutorial. By adding your favorite charms to your cork, along with some furniture nails, you will be able to theme your cork in a way that represents who you are as an artist. This necklace tutorial is sure to make a statement once you have completed this piece!

For this lesson you will need:
Twelve Furniture Nails
Two 10mm Round Jump Rings
Five 6mm Round Jump Rings
Lobster Claw Clasp
2”, 2-½”, & 3” Pieces of Cut Chain
Three Charms
Wine Cork
26” Piece of Chain
Two Mirror Rosettes
Two Small Screw Eyes
Needle Nose Pliers

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Step 1: Watch the Video Above to Get Started!

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