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2 Step Turquoise Agate Pendant

Updated 6/27/20

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2 Step Turquoise Agate Pendant
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It can be hard to fit in DIY jewelry making when you have a hectic schedule everyday. Instead of just giving up, instead, make fast and easy DIY jewelry projects, like this 2 Step Turquoise Agate Pendant. Beautiful, chic, and elegant, this DIY necklace will look fabulous with every outfit during all seasons. So, do not worry that putting less time into jewelry making means that the result will be less appealing or unique. This tutorial teaches you how to make a necklace that is not just quick, but is drop-dead gorgeous.


Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeGemstone

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Bead Technique UsedStrung

Bead Project TypeNecklace

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An awesome under an hour project that looks like one of the more expensive pendants that you would buy at a gem store. Maybe that is because it basically is just like one you would buy at a gem store. All this pattern does is tell you something you already know how to do and that is to put your stone on a chain and call it a handmade necklace.

If you love agate and would love a necklace with one that is so easy to make then here is a great project for you. All you need to do is put the pendent on a chain and you are done. Can be worn formal or casual.

Excuse me, but what project? I thought a two step project meant how to make the agate. The two steps are cut chain to desired length, step two, thread chain thru bail. That's the most ridiculous project I have ever seen posted. It merely tells you to buy an agate and put it on a chain. She even states the agate came with the bail.

This is so pretty. I love agate and this DIY necklace is completely gorgeous!

Simple can be elegant and the proof is in this necklace. This is a great idea

Gorgeous! Love the simple (yet expensive) look of this DIY jewelry project.

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