Easy Statement Necklace Tutorial

You will need: 
- Beads 
- Spacer beads (optional)
- Jump Rings
- Crimp Beads
- Lobster Claw Clasp
- Jewelry Stringing Wire
- Wire Cutters
- Pliers (I used two, but that's totally optional)
- Ruler

If you want more information on the packaging of the beads and necklace materials click here

This is just approximate, I always cut more wire than I know I'll need.   Better to have to cut off extra at the end, instead of starting over because the wire was too short ;) 

I stopped beading around 9 inches, but it's totally up to you, or how many beads you have. I usually try to end with a necklace that measures a total of 22" - 23".

As I said before, I like my necklaces to be around 22 - 23 inches end to end when finished. So since my beading was around 9 inches long, I cut 13 inches of chain total. 

This is where I use two pairs of pliers, it makes it a lot easier when opening the jump ring, but you'll be fine with one. I only use one pair of pliers to close it though. 

And there you have it :) Your necklace is done! 
Still a little confused? You can check out my other tutorial, here.

The next two necklaces were made the same way :) 

My little collection of statement necklaces so far :) I'm pretty proud of them ;) 
The green necklace was my first ever, and this tutorial was my second time making one, it's something you kind of just have to get the materials and go for it. You won't regret it :) 


  1. I swear! You're getting me to want to make jewelry for myself but I went to Michaels last weekend and got so overwhelmed. LOL Maybe I'll be tougher next week? Haha


  2. You laid this out so well I think even I can do this! I love your blog and I am now following!

    Sparkles and Shoes

  3. Cute! You are so crafty! I need to try my hand at jewelry making sometime.

    Thanks for linking up again to The Pinspiration Project!

  4. I love all of these - they are so cute!!

    Thank you for linking up to The Pinspiration Project. Hope to see you again this Tuesday with another Pinterest-inspired project :)