String Pendants On Unusual Materials

Think out of the box and use unusual materials. I ran into some acrylic hair "hand braid" for 99 cents, and it's great for stringing my pendants! It's strong, trendy, the right width to string pendants, and a nice color, too! So now I have oodles of "cord" to string all those orphan pendants in my jewelry boxes. Just resurrected one!

By pamphyila from Los Angeles

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August 9, 20070 found this helpful

Another idea is to use some of those cool yarns they have out now...especially the little bit wider ribbon-style yarns. Take several lengths and a drop of super glue on each end neatly tucked into one of those crimp over clasps (find at Hobby Lobby, Michael's, Rings 'n Things, etc.)....voila, a jazzy necklace....wear like that or add your favorite pendant, fused glass pendant, shell, etc.

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