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Once glued, put the glued piece in a clamp (I put mine in-between two chunks of wood, lined with wax paper, and then clamped the pieces of wood) – or set it under something very heavy, until the glue is dry and set, about 15-20 minutes. Yes, my necklaces are sitting pretty on a snow bank…so much snow and coldness here right now. Neon colored plastic lanyard strands give a trendy edge to these wood bead necklaces rooted in summer camp tradition. This beautiful necklace is another super simple project using inexpensive embroidery thread and gold jewelry jump rings!Get the instructions from flax & twine.
With this DIY hand-painted wood bead necklace tutorial, you'll have a beautiful new accessory in your midst that will have you feeling stylish in no time.
Before getting started, here's a helpful tip: Some beads will have wood residue where the hole was drilled.
Do this for each color, making sure the wood ends touch each other and the color ends touch each other. Once all of your beads have been strung onto the chain, close the clasp and you're ready to show your DIY necklace off! I tried getting some photos while wearing the necklace but the wind chill was -8 and I was freezing and the snow and the wind were too much! This one uses wooden beads, craft paint and leather cord so you can customize your colors!Get the instructions from A Beautiful Mess.
You will want to paint two beads exactly the same for each color you want on your necklace.
Take the second bead (of the same color) and string it onto the chain, but this time have the color side go on the necklace first, making the two color sides meet.
Lately I’ve been falling straight up head over heels in love with all of the incredible DIY jewelry projects out there and will definitely be trying my hand at a few of them soon.
The necklace can be customized easily by the choice in paint colors, so really, the possibilities are virtually endless! This will loosen any wood particles stuck in there and make it easy to string your necklace after painting.