Easy To Make Beaded Necklace DIY

Happy Monday Everyone,
This week I'm on spring break which means you will be seeing more blog posts coming your way! So hooray for that :) 

To kick off this green month, I thought it would be fun to show you guys how to make this easy beaded necklace. All you really need for this project is just a few jewelry supplies and some beads. The trick to making this jewelry project really easy, is to have your jewelry chain be smaller then the size of the hole in your bead. This is because we will be sliding the beads right onto the chain.

Green Beads (I used 9 beads)
Jewelry Chain
Jump Ring

Step 1: Cut your jewelry chain in the length you want your necklace to be. My necklace ended up being 10 inches long which means you would want 20 inches of jewelry chain. 

Step 2: At one end of your chain attach your clasp.

Step 3: Feed your chain through your green beads. I used nine beads but you could add as many or as little as you want.

Step 4: Once all your beads are on your chain, attach your jump ring to the other end. 

When your jump ring is on, you are ready to wear your necklace!

This necklace would be perfect for St. Patrick's Day but if green is not your color, you could always use your favorite color or use a bunch of different colors.

What do you think? Do you like this beaded necklace?

xo Katie 

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