Have you tried working with wire (maybe you tried Wire Wrapping for Beginners) and are ready for something a bit more challenging?
Want fun, unique pendants that you can customize and make differently each time you make them?
(And really, it’s not as difficult as it seems to make these pendants!)
Find out how to make these fun and impressive pendants in my Beaded Spiral Pendant eWorkshop.
(Introduction/Snippet about the Beaded Spiral Pendant eWorkshop)
You can make these unique pendants, too! I’ll teach you everything you need to know to be successful!
Use any beads you like! You’ll learn to adjust the size of the spiral to fit any beads.
You’ll also need 16 gauge dead soft wire, 24 gauge wire, round nose pliers, chain nose pliers and wire cutters.
Make them to match your outfits or your moods.
About the eWorkshop (and what is an “eWorkshop anyway?):
- Virtual workshop – you get the benefits of an in person workshop without the expense and hassle of going to one. Plus you can take this anytime you like!
- You can return to this eWorkshop again and again.
- You’ll learn how to make the pendant and how to customize it to work with any beads you like.
- You get a long, in depth video with detailed instructions and a bird’s eye view of how to make the pendant.
- You also get a PDF eBook with clear, concise instructions and up close photos and everything you need to know to successfully complete the projects.
- You get email access to me for any question you might have.
- At the end of the eWorkshop you’ll have a unique pendant and the knowledge and skills to make as many more as you like!
- You’ll improve your jewelry making skills and gain confidence in your artistic abilities.
- Get great ideas for customizing your pendant that will get your creativity going even more!
At the end of the eWorkshop, you’ll have a beautiful pendant that you made yourself!
(Keep reading for more information about skill level and tools and materials you’ll need.)
Instead of the tiny, hard to see photos and complicated instructions of other tutorials, my instructions have clear, detailed photos and I’m often told that I make complicated things seem simple. Plus you’ll get the video tutorial as well.
Plus, my learning guarantee:
I’m Kimberlie Burkhart Kohler. I started making jewelry as a child and started my own jewelry making business in 2005. I have sold online, at craft shows and in my own retail space. I have been teaching online since 2012 and in person before that. Wire is my specialty and I have been making wire jewelry to sell for years.
Advanced beginner to intermediate skills.
Meaning, if you are brand new to jewelry making, you may find this tutorial challenging. However, if you have worked with wire, even on a small scale, you will succeed on this tutorial.
If you are brand new to jewelry making and want to get the basics of working with wire, I highly recommend my book, Wire Wrapping for Beginners (available as a print book or immediately as an eBook)
However, I do teach you everything you need to know in the video and PDF eBook to make this pendant, so you don’t need to have any specific skills beforehand.
Materials and Tools Needed:
- 16 gauge, dead soft wire
- Beads of your choice
- 24 gauge wire
- Wire cutters
- Round nose pliers
- Chain nose pliers
Beads: I’ll show you how to make this pendant with any size beads you like. In the eBook I used faceted Czech glass beads. In the video I used Czech glass, 8mm round beads. I also showed my pendant using Swarovski crystals in the video as well, which are much smaller than the Czech beads.
Wire: You can use any metal you prefer. You might want to start with a less expensive wire to start such as copper or a silver plated copper wire and then try sterling silver once you feel more comfortable. I also tried 14 gauge dead soft wire which also worked well.
Buy the Beaded Spiral Pendant eWorkshop and get all of this for just $14.00!
After you complete your purchase, you’ll receive an email with a link to download a PDF eBook. In that PDF you’ll get the tutorial instructions plus the link to the video tutorial and password.
Please let me know if you have any questions!