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Copper Teardrop Necklace

Updated 9/30/20

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Copper Teardrop Necklace
Copper Teardrop Necklace
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Create a strikingly beautiful pendant piece with this Copper Teardrop Necklace tutorial. Copper and turquoise has been paired in stunning jewelry for centuries, and this DIY necklace is no exception with its magnificent combination of these two hues. Make a bright and bold pendant wrapped in just enough wire to make a unique statement piece. This beautiful homemade necklace can be easily completed in nine simple steps. Separate gleaming turquoise cubes with tiny copper seed beads to carry the copper motif throughout the whole look of this must-make DIY project.


Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeGemstone, Miscellaneous, Seed

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Bead Technique UsedChainmail/Wirework

Bead Project TypeNecklace

easy


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Turquoise is my December birth stone but it was replaced in recent years by blue topaz. I have noticed turquoise is making a come back. It use to be just south western style jewelry but now it's being used for classy, high end looks like this piece. Copper is a great match with it. I am wondering if I can made a pair of earrings in a scaled down version.

Turquoise in general is a bit bold for my taste. But this pendant is beautiful! The tutorial is well written with easy to follow directions, and step by step photos or illustrations. It's printable too! I'm not sure I could pull off the bold necklace but I'd love to make the pendant to see what type of necklace I could pair it with. Anyone have any ideas?

Copper was created to be paired with turquoise and this design proves my point. At home with casual wear, be it jeans or leggings, and as sophisticated as the most elegant dress - and I have everything I need to make it there goes my writing time for today

The pictures in this tutorial are so easy to follow! It makes something that looks so complicated super simple!

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