Boho Tassel Necklace Tutorial

Boho Tassel Necklace

I love tassels and they have become quite a trend. I was inspired by the hand stitched silk ribbon at Happy Mango Beads and knew it would make a beautiful tassel.

I didn’t just want an ordinary tassel, though, so I added some gorgeous gemstones as well.

I used beautiful chrysoprase gemstone beads, but you could use any gems you like. You’ll find a big variety at Happy Mango Beads.

Boho Tassel Necklace

Boho Tassel Necklace

Tools and Materials:

Note: The links above will take you directly to the products I used to make my tassel necklace.

Step #1

Boho Tassel Necklace

Boho Tassel Necklace

Cut your silk ribbon to double the length that you would like your tassel to be.  So if you want your ribbon to hang 6 inches, cut 12 inches.

I cut both of the ribbons in thirds, or in about 13 inch lengths.

Step #2

Boho Tassel Necklace

Cut a piece of wire to about 8 inches.

Step #3

Boho Tassel Necklace

Bend the wire at approximately 2 inches.

Step #4

Boho Tassel Necklace

Gather up your ribbons and find the middle. It’s okay if they’re not all the same length right now because we’ll fix that at the end. I simply found the middle of each piece and gathered them up. I also alternated the two different ribbons when I was gathering them up so they would be mixed up.

Step #5

Boho Tassel Necklace

Pull the wire around the ribbons. The wire should be right at the middle point of the ribbons.

Step #6

Boho Tassel Necklace

Boho Tassel Necklace

Cross the wires and then make a full twist. Make sure that the wire is holding the ribbon tightly so it won’t come loose.

Step #7

Boho Tassel Necklace

Wrap the short end around a few more times. (It will be hidden.)

Step #8

Boho Tassel Necklace

Cut off any excess wire and make sure the end of the wire is not poking out.

Step #9

Boho Tassel Necklace

Pull the bead cap onto the wire and over the top of the ribbon. Your wraps should be covered.

Step #10

Boho Tassel Necklace

Slide on three of the chrysoprase nugget gemstone beads and the pewter bead.

Hint:  You may have to try different gemstone beads from the stand in different combinations until you get the look that you like.

Step #11

Boho Tassel Necklace

Hold the wire in round nose pliers just above the last bead.

Step #12

Boho Tassel Necklace

Wrap the wire around the round nose pliers forming a loop.

Step #13

Boho Tassel Necklace

Boho Tassel Necklace

Wrap the wire around one time while pulling out the tassel straight to straighten the loop so it’s centered on top of the tassel.

Step #14

Boho Tassel Necklace

Boho Tassel Necklace

Wrap the wire around several times. Keep your wraps tight and neat.

Note: Typically when making wire wrap loops you’d only wrap around two more times. However, you will want to wrap around several times so that the wraps are as wide as the top bead to hold it in place.

Step #15

Boho Tassel Necklace

Trim off any excess wire and use your chain nose pliers to make sure that the end is not poking out.

Step #16

Boho Tassel Necklace

Opening a jump ring

Open 4 jump rings.

To open a jump ring find the opening in the jump ring. Then center the opening in between 2 pair of pliers. (I use chain nose and bent nose.) With one pair of pliers move toward you and with the other away from you to open the jump ring. Do not pull apart sideways.

If you need more instructions, here’s a video on how to properly open and close jump rings.

Step #17

Boho Tassel Necklace

Boho Tassel Necklace

Decide how long you would like your necklace and cut your chain to that length. I kept my chain at the length it was (36 inches) because I wanted a really long boho look. You may prefer your necklace to be shorter.

Add the lobster clasp to one end of the chain and 2 jump rings to the other end.

I like to use 2 jump rings because it’s easier for me to actually close my necklace when I have a couple of jump rings. If you kept your chain long, you can slip it over your head without opening and closing and won’t need to worry so much about that.

Step #18

Boho Tassel Necklace

Boho Tassel Necklace

Find the middle link and use a jump ring to attach the tassel.

Alternatively, you could simply slip the tassel onto the chain.  (If slipping it on, do so before you add the lobster clasp or jump rings to the ends.)

Step #19

Boho Tassel Necklace

Boho Tassel Necklace

Trim off any excess ribbon and make sure it’s all even. (Alternatively, you may like the look of different lengths. I chose to make mine not perfect but kind of close to be all the same length.)

Now that you have the chain attached you can try it on and decide how much ribbon you want to cut off.

Step #20

You could really stop at this point and have a beautiful tassel necklace. Or you can add a little extra to it.

Cut 8 inches of wire.

Step #21

Boho Tassel Necklace

Wrap the wire around the ribbon a few times. Try to get it underneath the bead cap. Tuck the end of the wire underneath the bead cap and make sure it’s not poking out.

Step #22

Boho Tassel Necklace

Slide a 5mm chrysoprase round gemstone bead onto the wire. Wrap around about half way and then add another bead.

Boho Tassel Necklace

Step #22

Boho Tassel Necklace

Continue wrapping around and adding beads for a total of 6 beads. Keep the wraps close to the bottom of the bead cap and stagger the beads. I was mostly wrapping the wire over itself in a loose manner.

Step #23

Boho Tassel Necklace

Wrap the end of the wire around and back up so it is under the bead cap. Make sure the end is not poking out and that the wire is secure.

Boho Tassel Necklace

Boho Tassel Necklace

Ideas to further customize the tassel:

  • Use a different type of gemstone
  • Use a different color of silk ribbon or even use multiple colors in one tassel
  • Omit the wrapping under the bead cap
  • Make your chain shorter for a different look.
  • Leave your tassel long or make it shorter

Have fun making the Boho Tassel Necklace!

If you’d like to share a photo of your tassel, you can upload a photo in the comments below!

Boho Tassel Necklace Tutorial

4 Phases of Developing Your Creativity

4 Phases of Developing Your Creativity

I think a lot about creativity and helping you find your creative voice.  I came across an article describing the 4 phases of developing your creative voice.  I’ll share the phases and specifically how they relate to jewelry making.

I think it’s helpful to know that everyone goes through these phases when learning a new skill or trying out a new craft or hobby. When you’re a beginner there is a gap between how well you want to do something and how well you actually can do it.

The only way to lessen the gap is by doing.  You have to practice.  You’ll probably make a lot of mistakes.  If we’re talking about jewelry making, you’ll probably make jewelry you don’t like and it may even fall apart until you get a technique down.  One reason I’m always saying when you’re first starting out with a new technique or something you haven’t done before to use less expensive wire.  You may really, really want to use silver, but you will just be frustrated (and out a lot of money) when it doesn’t turn out the way you want it to.  And chances are very likely that the first time you’re trying something you cannot do it exactly perfectly.

You may have already seen this video with a quote from Ira Glass that beautifully describes what I’m talking about.

The 4 Phases of Developing Your Creativity

(Or the 4 Phases of Learning a New Craft)

#1 Discovery

This is the very first phase and as you may guess it’s where you discover the new craft.  You may see other people doing something you want to do or you may become obsessed with a creative idea or different direction to take your work in.

Most people do not get past this point.

If you watched the video above, in it you heard about the gap between your taste level and your skill level.  You have great taste, which is probably why you’re even starting to make jewelry (or other craft) to begin with, but your skill level does not match your great taste.

It takes a couple of years (maybe even longer) for you to close that gap.

A lot of people spend time on Pinterest pinning beautiful things that they never get around to making.  Most people get stuck right there and don’t move on.

A lot of the reason for that, as Ira Glass says, is because no one tells beginners about this gap.  The only way to get better is to practice.  It can be really frustrating to know how you want something to turn out and not have developed the skills to make it turn out that way.

#2  Imitation

As I mentioned, the only way to improve your skills are to practice them.  You start out developing skills by following mentors and doing what they do to learn how to do it.

Here at Emerging Creatively Tutorials, I share all kinds of jewelry tutorials and projects.  I encourage you to use my step-by-step instructions to make jewelry pieces.

And I also encourage you to make changes to my designs . . .which brings us to . . .

#3  Doing Your Own Thing

At some point imitating others will start to be not good enough for you to feel like you’re expressing yourself. You will have mastered the skills you need to move forward and create your own thing.  That’s Phase #3.

In my eCourse Rediscover Your Creativity & Make Jewelry I provide you with creativity prompts to inspire your creativity. I give you jewelry lessons. And then we make jewelry.  In the class I also give you jewelry projects each week to help you, but I encourage you to use your own inspiration and create your own jewelry pieces with your own creative voice.  The class works whatever phase you’re in.  (And you have access to it in the future, so you can revisit it at different phases in your creative development.)

#4  Frustration

Once you have been practicing a craft for a while it all becomes commonplace again.  You don’t have to look for inspiration and you, in fact, stop looking for inspiration.

You may feel bored or stuck.

The key at this point is to find new inspiration and go through all the phases again.

You continue cycling through the phases throughout your life.

No matter what phase you’re in, I’m here to help!  Rediscover Your Creativity & Make Jewelry eCourse is all about creative inspiration and finding your creative voice in making jewelry.  Each week get a Creativity Booster, Jewelry Skills Lessons and Jewelry Projects.

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4 Phases of Developing Your Creativity

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Link Necklace

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

Today I have a new episode of Emerging Creatively Tutorials TV (ECT TV)!

In this week’s video tutorial, I’ll teach you how to make a bead link and then teach you how to interlock them so you do not need jump rings to connect them and we’ll make a necklace!

Here’s today’s video episode:

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

Step-by-Step Photo Instructions:

These are the step-by-step photo instructions of the exact tutorial that’s in the video.

Tools and Materials:

  • Focal bead *
  • 8mm Czech glass beads *
  • 20 gauge, half-hard round wire, any metal.
  • 2 jump rings
  • Clasp
  • Wire cutters
  • Round nose pliers
  • Chain nose pliers
  • Bent nose pliers

*Beads: You can use any beads of your choice and you don’t necessarily need a focal bead. You could just make a strand of the same bead.

Wire:  You really can use any wire you like, but if you are just getting started with wire wrapping I suggest experimenting with a less expensive wire such as copper, brass or silver plated to get started.

Step #1

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

Cut approximately 6 inches of wire.

Hold the wire in round nose pliers about 1 1/2″ from the top.

Step #2

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

Wrap the wire around round nose pliers forming a loop.

Step #3

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

The loop is off to the side and we want it centered on the top, so we need to straighten it.

To straighten it hold the loop in chain nose pliers. Make one wrap with the short end around the long end and while you’re wrapping pull the long end out straight.

{Note: there are other ways to straighten the loop. This is just my way. If you prefer another way, go ahead and do it that way.}

Step #4

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

Now make 2 more wraps.

Step #5

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

Trim off any excess wire and make sure the end is not poking out.

Step #6

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

Slide a bead on the wire.

Step #7

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

Hold the wire above the bead with round nose pliers. Just leave a bit of space.

Step #8

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

Wrap the wire around the round nose pliers to form a loop.

Step #9

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

Straighten the loop by holding the loop in chain nose pliers and while wrapping the wire pull the bead out straight.

Step #10

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

Wrap around 2 more times.

Step #11

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

Trim off any excess wire and make sure that the end isn’t poking out.

Now we have one completed wire wrapped bead link. You follow these directions for the first bead link only.

Note: If you’re using a focal bead, you may want to start in the middle with the focal bead and work your way out with the rest of the beads.

Step #12

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

Follow Steps #1 and #2 cutting 6 inches of wire and forming a loop.

Do not wrap it closed yet!

Step #13

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

Slide a loop of the first wire wrapped bead link you made into the loop.

Step #14

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

Now simply slide the wire wrapped bead link off to the side and finish making the wire wrapped bead link you started following the previous steps.

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

Step #15

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

Continue adding bead links until your necklace is the desired length.

Hint:  If you accidentally complete a wire wrapped bead link without adding it, there is a tip for adding it in the video tutorial.

Step #16

ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Necklace

Use a jump ring to attach the clasp to the ends.

If you need help opening and closing jump rings, you can watch this quick video: How to Properly Open and Close Jump Rings.

http://kimberliekohler.com/8459/how-to-properly-open-and-close-jump-rings/

And that’s the completed necklace.

Of course, you can use this technique to make other jewelry pieces as well, such as bracelets.

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Put them all together to make a fun bracelet or use the techniques in other jewelry pieces.

You get a total of 9 videos (6 techniques, an introduction, tools and materials and putting it all together) and a 35 page eBook with around 100 photos and clear step-by-step instructions.

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ECT TV Episode 63: Interlocking Wire Wrapped Bead Link Necklace

How to Be Creative Art Journal Page and Creativity Tip

How to Be Creative Art Journal Page

Can I be honest with you?

Even though I am constantly writing and talking about creativity, there are times when I don’t feel creative.

I recently went through a couple of days of it.

I have systems in place for times like this. I have sketchbooks and note cards full of ideas and inspiration. (And I show you and tell you about those tips specifically as some of the bonus content in Rediscover Your Creativity & Make Jewelry eCourse.)

I have ideas and inspirational materials coming out my ears.

But sometimes I just don’t feel it.

I’m telling you this not so you feel sorry for me, but so that you know that EVERYONE feels this way sometimes. If you feel this way sometimes (or even often) you are not alone. I am right there with you.

No matter how much you read, no matter how much research you do, no matter how many things you pin, no matter how many journals full of ideas and inspiration you have, no matter how many inspiring things you do, you only create art (jewelry, art journals, etc.) if you CREATE ART.

Doing is doing.

Research, planning, all of that is important, but only doing is doing.

I think it’s fine to go through periods of gathering inspiration and ideas and looking at beautiful things on Pinterest. Maybe you watch my videos or read these blogposts and get inspired, but then stop there.

Sometimes you need time of reflection and information or inspiration gathering.

But then at some point you have to actually do something to start feeling more creative.

Yesterday I was feeling kind of crappy. I have this book of ideas for jewelry designs and several things I want to make right now. If you follow me on Facebook, you might have seen my post about going to BeadFest. I got super inspired and sketched out some jewelry design ideas.

But then I didn’t actually make any jewelry.

How to Be Creative Art Journal Page

But then I got out some art journal supplies and gave myself 60 minutes of time to play around. Honestly, I didn’t feel like it when I first decided to do it.

But then as I was looking through some supplies I found this scrapbook paper that was all about being artsy and creative. And I found an image of a pile of beads that I cut out of a bead catalog or magazine.

So I pulled out my paints and started painting and started gluing a few things down on my page.

Beads

After that I made a bracelet with some of my new beads from BeadFest and then a necklace as well that I really love.

I feel like I’m out of my creative block. (For now!)

Creativity Tip: just pick something and do it even if you don’t feel like it. Put time parameters around it if you especially don’t feel like it. If at the end of that time you still don’t feel creative, stop.

Maybe you want to watch one of my video tutorials and then actually make a piece of jewelry. Perhaps you could try working in an art journal. Maybe it’s something else altogether.

In my case, I kept working beyond the 60 minutes. I made the art journal page, a bracelet and a necklace.

And, in fact, I didn’t start right in on the art journal page. I played around with some paint on a separate piece of paper for a while first.

How to Be Creative Art Journal Page

Here’s an art journal tip for you: I use makeup applicators for painting in my art journal sometimes.

It happened as kind of an accident. I purchased those makeup applicators at a discount store because they were really inexpensive, so they’re not my usual makeup applicators. I hated them for applying makeup. But they work great for applying paint to pages!

How to Be Creative Art Journal Page

I hope you have a creative day! And if you’re not feeling creative, that’s okay, too. You can try the tip of setting a timer and just creating something anyway or maybe you need to not force yourself and just give yourself a break.

Bonus Creativity Tip: read “How to Be Creative” on my art journal page for even more creativity tips.

How to Be Creative Art Journal Page


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ECT TV Episode 62: How to Make a Wire Wrapped Gemstone Bracelet

ECT TV Episode 62:  How to Make a Wire Wrapped Gemstone Bracelet

I have a brand new episode of Emerging Creatively Tutorials TV (ECT TV) for you!

Maybe you saw my recent necklace tutorial, Chunky Quartz Rose Necklace?  In this tutorial, I’ll show you on video how to make wire wrapped bead links and you can use beads leftover from the necklace!

Here’s today’s video:

ECT TV Episode 62:  How to Make a Wire Wrapped Gemstone Bracelet

Step-by-Step Photo Instructions:

These are step-by-step photo instructions of the exact tutorial that’s in the video.

ECT TV Episode 62:  How to Make a Wire Wrapped Gemstone Bracelet

Materials and Tools:

About wire:  You can use any metal you like.

Jump rings:  I used 7mm, but you could use a different size if you like.

Step #1

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Before we get started, make a mark on your round nose pliers with a sharpie.  It doesn’t matter where exactly where you place the mark; just that you use the mark to make your wire wrapped loops throughout the project so they are uniform.

Step #2

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

First I’ll show you how to make the wire wrapped bead links with the big chunky rose quartz beads.

Cut approximately 10 inches of wire.

Step #3

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Hold the wire in round nose pliers about 2 1/2 inches from the top.

Step #4

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Wrap the short end around one barrel of round nose pliers.

Step #5

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Take the wire off your round nose pliers.  Hold the loop in chain nose pliers.

Step #6

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

The loop will be off-center at this point and we want to center it.  To do this I wrap the short end of the wire around the longer one and at the same time pull the longer wire out straight, which centers the loop.

Step #7

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Wrap the wire around two more times.  Keep your wraps straight and close together.

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Hint:  If your wraps are not close, use chain nose pliers to pull them close to each other.

Step #8

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Trim off the excess wire making a flush cut.

Step #9

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Using chain nose pliers, push in the end to make sure it’s not poking out.

Step #10

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Slide on a rose quartz large nugget gemstone bead.

Step #11

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Hold the wire just above the rose quartz with round nose pliers.

Step #12

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Like we did previously, wrap the wire around the pliers forming a loop.

Step #13

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Follow Step #6 to straighten the loop.

Step #14

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Wrap the wire around 2 more times.

Step #15

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Pull the wire down across the bead and then wrap the wire around the wire wraps you did previously a couple times.

Step #16

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Now pull the wire across the other side of the bead and wrap the wire a couple times.

Step #17

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Trim off the excess wire making a flush cut.

Step #18

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Use chain nose pliers to make sure the end is not poking out.

Repeat for 3 of the chunky gemstones.

Step #19

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Now we’ll make a couple wire wrapped bead links with the smaller gemstone beads.  You could make them the same way as shown above or follow the instructions below and make them plain.

These are very similar to the wire wrapped bead links we made previously, but these will not have the wire across them.

Cut a piece of wire about 6 inches long.

Step #20

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Follow Steps #3 through #10 to form a wire wrapped loop on one end of the wire.

Slide on a smaller rose quartz nugget gemstone bead.

Step #21

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Hold the wire in round nose pliers just above the bead.  Wrap around a barrel of round nose pliers forming a loop.

Step #22

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

The loop will be off-center at this point and we want to center it.  To do this I wrap the short end of the wire around the longer one and at the same time pull the longer wire out straight, which centers the loop.

Step #23

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Wrap the wire around two more times.

Step #24

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Cut off the excess wire making a flush cut.

Step #25

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Chunky Rose Quartz Necklace

Use chain nose pliers to make sure the end isn’t poking out.

Repeat to make as many as you need to make your bracelet the length you need.

Step #26

ECT TV Episode 62:  How to Make a Wire Wrapped Gemstone Bracelet

Now we have all of our components and we can simply put the bracelet together using jump rings.

If you need help with opening and closing jump rings, click here.

ECT TV Episode 62:  How to Make a Wire Wrapped Gemstone Bracelet

Step #27

ECT TV Episode 62:  How to Make a Wire Wrapped Gemstone Bracelet

Add half of the toggle clasp to one end and half to the other using jump rings.

And that’s the completed bracelet!

ECT TV Episode 62:  How to Make a Wire Wrapped Gemstone Bracelet

Ways to customize this bracelet:

  • Use any gemstones you like.
  • Try using the different size beads and techniques in different ways.  You may need to do this to get it just the right size for you!
  • I used silver plated wire, but you could try brass, copper or, of course, sterling sliver.
  • Mix and match gemstones to make a more colorful bracelet.

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You’ll get all the steps to make your own charm bracelet from the chain, to headpins to charms.  You can choose to make your own components (like chain, clasp, headpins, and charms) or you can use store purchased items to fill in with your handmade items.

For example, in the eCourse I show you how to make chain, but you can most certainly use chain from the jewelry supply store!

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