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C-Koop Love


About this design:

Lots of C-Koop components... and antique bronze chain, again... Simple and Sweet!


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  1. KatsAllThat
    KatsAllThat says:

    Very pretty piece.

  2. Simply Sassy
    Simply Sassy says:

    Would love to see list of materials used and the steps for the necklace.

  3. Polly Z
    Polly Z says:

    I love how you put this all together. I also like the little “circle 8″ links that you use to add the charms, and the chain is very pretty, also. Nice work.

  4. Asia
    Asia says:

    Love C-Koop, love this :)

  5. Valley Girl
    Valley Girl says:

    Thank you for the comments. I went to my first bead show in september and c koop beads was there. She had a lovely assortment. @Polly the circle 8 links are just pieces of the chain that i cut off and used, but i thought it kinda flowed with the larger brown c koop link. @Simply Sassy i will work on a list and add it later today when I am not typing on my Nook. :) Have a great day!

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    Janet Miriam says:

    I love this piece! I love the way you put all the different components together, and the colors are so dreamy! INto my faves!

  7. Valley Girl
    Valley Girl says:

    Hi Simply Sassy – Here is what I did to create this necklace: 1st all components are from C-Koop Beads but I only see the gear here on Lima, so you may have to go to her website for the rest. I bought the chain from a local bead store here in town and those figure 8 loops are part of that chain. I attached the large brown figure 8 with a headpin that I folded in half, squeezed together and then bent to form a hook that attached to the chain similar to the blue dotted hook on the opposite side. On the other side of the figure 8 I just ran a piece of chain through one of the holes and the ruby red gear and closed it with a jump ring. The charms I attached with jump rings and bits and pieces of the leftover chain… simple and sweet!

  8. NY Bella
    NY Bella says:

    I love this! Great job!

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