Tools and Materials
- beading string, cut to 40 inches
- crimp bead
- necklace closure
- needle-nose pliers
- Fold the string in half, and create an end by tying two slipknots 2 inches down from the fold.
- Slip a button on one string. Tie another slipknot 1 inch from the previous knot. Repeat until you have 12 buttons on the string. Make as many strands as you like. Trim the ends (not the looped end) 2 inches from the last knot.
- Gather all the ends together, and crimp in a crimp bead. Attach the necklace closure using a pair of needle-nose pliers.
By Luv to Cook from NC
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August 13, 20080 found this helpful
This Is A Very Good Idea. Thankyou, I Will Soon Set To Working On This. It Is Very Original And Will Certainly Stand Out In A Crowd xD.
August 15, 20080 found this helpful
This sounds like a gerat idea. I have been making pins and braclets from buttons.
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