Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Ribbon and Jump Rings Necklace Part Deux: Cream and Amber

Ribbon Rings Amber

I had so much fun with the Ribbon and Jump Rings necklace I shared last week that when I found myself at Michaels again this weekend ( they really need to give me my own parking space) I went looking for another one of the ribbon necklaces I used.

No more black ( eeek! boo! it’s my signature color!) but they had the same one in cream so I decided to branch out! Hello , my name is Carol and I’m a neutral-holic.

Cousin Trinkettes

I also picked up a package of these Trinkettes beads by Cousin (fear not colorful people they come in loads of colors) and while I was scrounging around in the clearance bin again, came across these gorgeous amber-crystal-cabochony thingies. $1.99. SCORE.

Ribbon Rings Closeup

Similar to the black necklace I made, I strung large jump rings onto the ribbon necklace, over all of the layers.

Rings on Ribbon

Total number of jump rings: 11 It made sense to  me to have 5 on each side and one in the middle. No reason other than that's what felt right. You could use more. You could use less.

Then I put some of the Trinkettes beads on some of the large jump rings and the amber cabochony thingies on other jump rings and used smaller jump rings to attach everything together. I’m very technical! Seriously. This is super super easy and there are several different types of ribbon necklaces avail even if you don’t find this exact one by Bead Landing because I bought them all.

Ribbon Rings Closeup

Cabochony thingy, Trinkettes beads, cabochony thingy Trinkettes etc.

Look Mom, I didn’t even use the black beads ( YET!). And yes I did drive to another Michaels looking for another black ribbon necklace. No luck. There’s another Michaels I’m checking out this weekend. Sssssshhhhhh.

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9 comments:

1CardCreator said...

So very clever and beautiful!

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

I love it Carol. Yep, 11 is a good number.

Michelle L. said...

So pretty! I love black, too - but color is the spice.

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Michele {The Scrap Shoppe} said...

Gorgeous, Carol!! I'm glad they didn't have black because I'm loving the cream! ;)

11 sounds like a good number to me and it looks fabulous. :)

Jenn "Rook No. 17" said...

Such a beautiful necklace, Carol! It's elegant, original, and one I feel confident that I could handle making.

Valerie Burgess said...

I love this necklace. You are so creative. I am definitely not a crafter like you but I wish I could make one of these! Beautiful!

Shawna said...

Wow, this is beautiful!

Leah said...

Lovely - easy + pretty are two of my favorite things when it comes to jewelry making.