DIY Stamped Butterfly Necklace



DIY Stamped Butterfly Necklace

DIY Stamped Butterfly Necklace

Source: Happy Hour Projects
Tutorial: Stamped Butterfly Necklace

It all begin with Adrianne wanted a wide charm, but attaching the chain directly the blank doesn’t allow it to move well when worn whilst threading it through jump rings allow it to lay perfectly, hence Adrianne stamp up a butterfly blank and she’d gotten several compliments on this piece. It’s tiny, almost dainty, definitely in the “minimalist” category, and she is going to show you how to finish even basic pieces more professionally by applying contrasting eyelets.

Tools and Materials list:
Metal Stamping Starter Kit With Letter Stamps, Mallet, Bench Block, Shears and Hole Punch
Sterling Silver Butterfly Stamping Blank Pendant 21×14.5mm (1)
Beadaholique Solid Metal Bench Block Wire Hardening and Wire Wrapping Tool
TierraCast Eyelet Setter And Anvil Tool – 1 Tool
Silver Plated Brass 1/4 Inch Hollow Eyelets 3.7mm Diameter – Pack Of 10
Eurotool Bench Block – Steel And Rubber – 2in – DAP-520-00
Beadsmith EZ-Rivet Piercing and Setting Tool
– 18″ chain (get something around 2mm)

Alright you have got everything you need, please view Step by Step Tutorials of DIY Stamped Butterfly Necklace now. 🙂

Have fun!

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