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Fairy Tears

About this design:

The pieces I selected for this necklace have an ethereal quality that works nicely in this delicate necklace.

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The products in this design are listed below.

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Step-by-Step Instructions:

Step 1:
Lay out your design so you can plan where the drops should be attached.
Step 2:
I recommend attaching the crescent first using a jump ring on either side.
Step 3:
Now you can attach the charm drops using a jump ring to one side. Repeat on the other side.
Step 4:
Attach the pendant with one of the charm drops attached to the center of the swag using another jump ring.
  Step 5:
Simply finish off the back of your necklace with a lobster clasp and you are all set!

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  1. dolllady aka Pam
    dolllady aka Pam says:

    Ali, you have just a special way of making the new beads come to life in each and every piece you design!

  2. B Witzel
    B Witzel says:

    love this necklace. It kind of reminds me of tribal.How long is the chain and how far down do you add the crestant componant?

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    Moogie says:

    I really love this design. It’s got crystals–yippee!! And drapeyness (new word?). Pretty chain. Pretty colors. Yep, I love that! I’d also like some info on the lengths you used- amount of chain above the first connection & over all length. It looks very long. My hubby thinks necklaces should sit on the chest I think, because every time I make a longer design, he says he likes it but it seems too long! He’s actually a great help with ideas on color & style❤️

  4. C Ferguson aka Annie
    C Ferguson aka Annie says:

    Wonderful design Ali. I really love this.

  5. Tana
    Tana says:

    Oooo, that’s cool lookin, Ali. Beautimust!!!

  6. Tana
    Tana says:

    Moogie, love the new word! Drapeyness, exactly!

  7. Crystal Canary
    Crystal Canary says:

    Ali, what a unique piece! The length really adds to all the interesting components in this design. Pam said it well…you do have a ‘special way of making the new beads come to life.’ Thanks for all the inspirational ideas! :)

  8. CAS
    CAS says:

    Very oooohhhh … aaaahhhh Ali! Excellent “drapeyness” factor, and lovely … lovely … lovely!

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    Fresh Baked says:

    Love that LB continues to expand their collection of Zola elements! This necklace is a perfect showcase for the smaller pieces.

  10. Little Round Chick
    Little Round Chick says:

    Ethereal certainly describes this design, Ali. The small components in the design add points of color that work very well with the silver. Love it!

    Thanks to Moogie our jewelry vocabulary has been enriched with the addition of a new word, Drapeyness! Your necklace has excellent drapeyness as well as an ethereal quality. What more could we ask for? :D

  11. Asia
    Asia says:

    Love this, the description says it all, LOL Moogie :D :D D

  12. Granny Nancy
    Granny Nancy says:

    This is exquisite. What a talent you have.

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