Pink and Pearls Necklace

Glass pink beads mixed with pearls make this a beautiful necklace!

Approximate Time 1 hour


  • pink beads
  • pearls
  • seed beads
  • metal wire (or elastic or even fishing line)

I bought the pink beads from Wal-Mart (craft section). The pearls came from a yard sale and the metal wire came from another craft project. I have used elastic for my necklaces and bracelets, and have used fishing line. If you use fishing line, you will need the ends to put the necklace together. You can get those for a small pack for under a dollar at Wal-Mart as well.


  1. String 3 pearls.
  2. String a seed bead.
  3. String a large pink bead.
  4. String another seed bead.
  5. String 3 pearls.
  6. String a seed bead.
  7. String a small pink bead.
  8. String a seed bead.
  9. Repeat all.

The only measuring I do is when I get close to the end. I wrap it around my neck to see how it's going to look and feel. When I'm happy with it, that's how long it is.

By AngelLoveInOhio from Akron/Canton area of OH

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August 7, 20070 found this helpful

Beautiful - thanks for sharing!!! I love finding beads at yard sales - either already part of jewelery or loose - and making them into something new.

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August 7, 20070 found this helpful

How beautiful! Thank you for sharing...I'm gonna try this one!

God Bless,

Sheila in Titusville, FL

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August 7, 20070 found this helpful

Very nice, I can't get enough of the best pink items. I will make that necklace!

When I was about fifteen, I made a necklace for my Dad (hey, it was the sixties, he was a pothead..) and I made one small mistake. It fit over my head, but not his, it was too small!

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August 7, 20070 found this helpful

Very pretty! I bet the kids could try this one, too.

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August 8, 20070 found this helpful

It's very pretty. I like the pink beads and pearls together.

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August 9, 20070 found this helpful

Love it! I'll have to try this... maybe try it with other colors like lavender or blues/greens. Thanks

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June 16, 20080 found this helpful

Thank You! I would have never thought of using fishing line. I have only made one necklace I used the clear stretch stuff. I am really interested in starting to make some more jewelry. I will for sure try the fishing line. I already have the stuff to make the necklace you have posted. It's really pretty. Good job.

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July 6, 20080 found this helpful

I like using fishing line most because it is so flexible instead of stiff like most you buy at the hobby stores. Unfortunately, the one necklace I made with seed beeds (my favorite) has disappeared somewhere, plus I did receive many compliments on it.

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May 27, 20090 found this helpful

Very pretty. I like this design very much.Thanks

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