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Monday Make :: Petit Jardin Floral Necklace

Monday Make :: Petit Jardin Floral Necklace

Molly Schaller
molly 1 year ago

Floral necklaces are everywhere these days. You can find them at Nordstrom’s , throughout Polyvore, and all over Pinterest. (Click through to see some beautiful examples.)

You don’t need to go to great lengths or break the bank to put one of these beauties around your neck. You’ve got Denise Yezbak Moore on the job here at Halcraft, and she made this beautiful necklace to show you how easy this type of project is.

There are so many floral sliders available by Bead Gallery that you’ll be able to make many of these necklaces with just a small investment of time and money.

After you’ve made one, you’ll want to make more with different colors and blooms to create customized necklaces to go specifically with a dress or that top that needs a little somethin’ to make the outfit YOURS.

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Click this image to get printable pdf instructions with a complete materials list!

Denise created this is great project for the beginning beader. The only techniques you need to create your own blank-bar2 Petit Jardin Floral Necklace are:

  • How to make a simple loop
  • How to open a jump ring

To make your own “tiny garden” floral necklace, gather your supplies (click links to find materials available in Michaels’ online shop):

  • rose beads
  • metal flower sliders
  • eye pins
  • chain
  • jump rings
  • chain-nose pliers
  • round-nose pliers
  • wire nippers

Let’s get this Monday Make started!

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Molly Schaller

About Molly Schaller

Molly Schaller loves beading, knitting, gardening, bookbinding, and being with her family of creative kids and her handy husband. She's always on the lookout for new ways to express her creativity and help others learn ways to tap into their creativity as well!

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1 Comments

  1. Cathy Hatch August 29, 2016

    LOVE this! Simple to make, terrific to wear!