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Tutorial:

Victorian Choker Necklace

By AmeliaLune

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In this tutorial you will learn how to make this stunning and eye-catching Victorian necklace. The materials I present are the ones I used for the necklace, but of course you can use your own imagination to adapt the design at your wishes and creativity!

I used my trusted paper beads to make this necklace, you can find the tutorial here: http://www.jewelrylessons.com/tutorial/ultimate-paper-beads-tutorial, but you can use any type of beads.

Also I used 5mm split rings to assemble the necklace, because I love the industrial look of it (just a little steampunk fan), but you can easily use 5mm jump rings instead.

And oh yeah, WHITE BACKGROUNDS in the tutorial ^^

Enjoy!

Price: $4.00
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Number of steps: 44
File size: 1936.23 KB
Page count: 16

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  1. identical chain lengthby AmeliaLunePosted on - Fri, 05/13/2011 - 11:35

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