DIY: Frozen Inspired Beaded Necklaces

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DIY: Frozen Inspired Beaded Necklace Favors
October 7, 2014

These necklaces are being given out in the goody bags for Munchkin #1’s birthday party on Saturday.  These are something anybody can make, and would even be a fun party activity for the kids.

Plastic snowflake pendant
Supplies Used:
Plastic Snowflake connector beads: 29mm x 25mm (purchased on eBay) – 1 needed per necklace
6mm plastic rondelle (round) beads (purchased on eBay)
        Fuschia   – 40 per necklace
        Aqua       – 20 per necklace
        Lt. Aqua – 20 per necklace
8mm split rings
Clear stretch cording (.5mm or 1mm) – cut to approximately 24-26″ per necklace to make knotting easier.  The thickness of cording depends on hole size of your beads.  I used both 1mm and .5mm for my necklaces.
Step 1:
Cut the cording to approximately 24″ length.  String beads as follows: Fuschia, Aqua, Fuschia, Lt. Aqua, Fuschia, Aqua, Fuschia, Lt. Aqua, etc.
Step 2:
Once all beads are strung, tie the ends together in a knot (double, triple, quadruple knot as needed).  Trim off excess cord.
Beads completed – strung on 1mm cord (knot will not fit inside beads)
Step 3:
The snowflake beads I bought have holes on two sides, but I want to use these as pendants, so I attached a split ring onto one hole. NOTE: Jump rings can also be used and will be much easier to attach, but I wanted something sturdier. The snowflakes I used are quite thick so attaching the split rings took some effort (and a few ruined split rings).  Attach snowflake to necklace by sliding the split ring between beads onto the cording.
Snowflake attached.
These necklaces have approximately a 10″ drop plus the pendant (which measures just over 1″).
Completed DIY Beaded Frozen Themed snowflake necklace party favors
Completed Snowflake Necklace
There are more Frozen inspired crafts made for this party.  I’ll be posting those soon!

TTFN,
V

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