DIY Wire Wrapped Stone Necklaces : Tutorial

My children are so happy… their summer vacations have begun at last!

What did they do on their first day of vacation?

The read, played outside and… CRAFTED, of course.

They made gorgeous stone necklaces. A bunch of them, in all sorts of beautiful shapes and colors.

We now have a large stash of pretty birthday gifts just waiting for lucky birthday girls to have their birthdays. Kitty is delighted to have made one for each of her friends.

DIY Wire Wrapped Stone Necklace : The Magic Onions.com

Tutorial : DIY Wire Wrapped Stone Necklace

 

Here are the materials we used :

  • a chain necklace
  • thin silver wire
  • pretty stones
  • pliers

 

DIY Wire Wrapped Stone Necklace : The Magic Onions.com

 

Kitty chose this chandelier crystal for herself.

DIY Wire Wrapped Stone Necklace : The Magic Onions.com

 

She used the pliers to cut a length of silver wire.

DIY Wire Wrapped Stone Necklace : The Magic Onions.com

 

She twisted the wire to make a hanging loop.

DIY Wire Wrapped Stone Necklace : The Magic Onions.com

 

She entwined the ends of the silver wire all around the stone until the stone was safely secured by wire.

DIY Wire Wrapped Stone Necklace : The Magic Onions.com

 

Attach the chain and Viola! Such a pretty handmade birthday gift.

DIY Wire Wrapped Stone Necklace : The Magic Onions.com

 

Her chandelier pendant is beautiful too.

DIY Wire Wrapped Stone Necklace : The Magic Onions.com

 

We have made sea glass pendants like this in the past too and they are just as lovely.

DIY Wire Wrapped Sea Glass Necklace : The Magic Onions.com

Happy summer crafting.

Blessings and magic,

Donni

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  1. Love this Donni. We just collected a bunch of sea glass at the beach and have some cool stones left from our geology block. Thanks for the inspiration!
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