This is a digital file
I have been collecting stones,
rocks, shells, and sticks as long as I can remember.
They almost never have natural holes in them.
I have oodles of treasures, and I like to show them off.
While I wire wrapped quite a few,
I do not have room for as many necklaces as I have
'collectibles'. Enter the Treasure Keeper Pendant.
This special pendant opens, allowing you to
change out the inside. From a stone to a shell,
from a shell to a crystal, etc...
In this lesson you will learn how to create a wired
cage pendant, suitable to hold one or more small objects.
I will teach you to create a swirl style holder,
which can be used to hold other pendants,
or the treasure keeper.
We will put it all together on a necklace
that we make using beads, chain and wire.
We will be combining basic construction techniques
such as wire wrapped loops and making jump rings
to finish the necklace.
The necklace will slip over your head, so there is no clasp.
Tutorial is 50 pages long and is packed full of
photos as well as written instructions.
Tutorial will arrive as a PDF file, and be available
as an instant download as soon you checkout.
Round nose pliers
Chain nose pliers
14g wire, dead soft, 3 ft
20g wire, dead soft, 6 ft
1 stone or shell, does not have to be drilled
Assorted beads, drilled
Copper chain, 18 inches