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  • Aurora Necklace Kit Instructions

    Aurora Necklace Kit Instructions

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    1) Add your cube to the chain, following our illustration.
  • Autumn Leaf Pedant Kit Instructions

    Autumn Leaf Pedant Kit Instructions

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    Add a bicone onto each of your head pins. Wrap each headpin close, and trim off excess wire. Open your large jump ring, adding a leaf, 3 bicones and your necklace. Close jump ring.
  • Murano Lariat Necklace Kit Instructions

    Murano Lariat Necklace Kit Instructions

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    Assemble your button following the image and run both end ofyour leather through theopening. DO NOT try to force the button together. Squeeze just enough to align the openings.Put the leather, with the button over your head to determine where you would like your necklace to sit. Once you�ve determined your length, use scissors to trim the ends of the leather on a slight angle.Slide a 6mm round onto each side of your...
  • Vintage Swarovski Cube Necklace Kit Instructions

    Vintage Swarovski Cube Necklace Kit Instructions

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    Cut a foot off of your knotting cord and set aside.On your head pin add the following.Silver Bead / Bead Cap (Prong side facing up / Vintage Swarovski Cube / Bead Cap (Prong side facing down) / Silver Bead.Wrap your head pin following the guide.Trim excess wire.Open your jump ring, and add your necklace drop. Close jump ring and slide onto your knotting cord.Over...
  • Larimar Faceted Gemstone Necklace Kit Instructions

    Larimar Faceted Gemstone Necklace Kit Instructions

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    Once you've unpacked your necklace kit begin by adding a crimp tube to your wire, followed by 1 end of your chain.Back the wire through your crimp tube.  Pull tightly and crimp.Begin stringing your pattern onto your wire. Your bead caps need to be molded around your Larimar beads, You can easily do this using pressure from your fingers or the end of a crimp tool.Sterling Saucer /...
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