Watch this video to learn how to make a chain linked crystal necklace.
How to Make Crystal Chain
How to Make a Macrame Bracelet with Bumps / Balls and Crystal Cup-Chain. Knots that are used in this tutorial are Square Knot and Vertical Lark's Head Knot. This is a great bracelet for beginners! Video: .
We're totally not lying when we say that the necklace featured in this video sells for upwards of $100 at some fine retailers in Beverly Hills. Composed of a long, sparkly necklace chain and a teardrop shaped pendant attached with intricate wire wrapping, this is a necklace th ...more
Garden of Imagination demonstrates how to make a real working miniature chandelier light for a doll house. We need some cord wires, beads, an electric bulb of 12 volt and plugs. Take the cord connected to a plug and remove the metal tips and remove the plugs. There will be tw ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a daisy variation beaded ring. First, thread your needle with 1 yard of fire line. After this, string eight of the 4mm beads onto the thread. Tie these into a loop, then thread the 8mm bead down to the loop and run the needle through the ...more
Learn how to make a Swarovski crystal pendants that can be used to make your own necklaces by following the tips in this tutorial. You will need a pair of needlenose pliers, a chain, Swarovski beads, and bails (a pinch bail). You can get the beads from ArtBeads or FusionBeads, ...more
Watch this video to learn how to make a necklace using Swarovski crystals and beading chain.
Looking for a beautiful accessory to wear this evening? Do you prefer to wear something so unique that no one else has the same thing? Well, you're in luck. In this tutorial, Missy from "The Bead Lounge" demonstrates how to make a gold chained crystal teardrop necklace. This n ...more
This video jewelry-making tutorial demonstrates how to construct a "Y" necklace, by using gunmetal chain and findings with a few crystals in Sapphire to add a pop of color. Also demonstrated is a great way to make a perfect rosary loop using the wire looping pliers!
We love shiny things. Pretty baubles, Swavarski crystals, long link chains holding art deco pendants. And that's why we also have an extremely messy jewelry storage system. Basicall this is how it goes: we buy a necklace, wear it once or twice, and then toss it into a sort of ...more
In order to make an adjustable cable necklace, you will need the following: 20 inch adjustable cable chain, a slide bead frame, 2 head pins, 8 mm bi-cone, 8 mm crystal, 2 6-mm round rondells, 2 7-mm jump rings, a pair of nipper tools, a pair of round nose pliers, and a pair of ...more
Here's a simple bar trick that you can pull off at your next alcohol-fueled gathering. Tap one beer bottle against another to freeze both beer bottles into solid ice in 2 to 3 seconds. So how does this work? All you need to do beforehand is place both beer bottles in the fre ...more
In order to make your own silver wire wrap earrings, you will need the following: sterling 20-gauge wire, chain nose or small round nose pliers, fine sterling wire, and multicolored crystal beads. Cut a 6-inch piece of wire. Use the pliers to make a loop on one end. Make a h ...more
After beating Silitha, you'll have to return its heart. Watch this walkthrough of Darksiders on the Xbox 360. After Silitha's death, you'll find yourself in a cave two levels below where you originally fought her. Use the Crossblade to hit the crystal blade on the rock platfor ...more
Piezoelectric Energy In this article, I'll show you how to make a small, wallet-sized device that generates electricity from kinetic energy. The concept is simple: Piezoelectricity is the charge that is produced when certain solid materials (commonly ceramic and crystal) in r ...more
The Holy Grail of chicken has just been found by an unsuspecting reporter of the Chicago Tribune. Yes, that's right: The secret 11 herbs and spices in Colonel Sanders' Original Recipe chicken has finally been revealed, and it looks legit as hell. While a copy of the Original ...more
Jewelry making is meticulous and dependent on detailed movements and dexterity. This wire wrap for necklaces and such could take a little practice, but eventually you should be able to replicate this side-drill single-end wire wrap. This demonstration video will help walk you ...more
If waveguide display maker DigiLens has its way, enterprise businesses and consumers will soon be able to purchase smartglasses for less than $500 — as long as they can supply their own computing and battery power. On Monday, the company unveiled DigiLens Crystal, a reference ...more