Raising the Bar Part 2

Happy Tuesday! This week’s blog is the second part of our Raise the Bar collection series showcasing our multi-bar necklaces. These necklaces look very simple to assemble but are very time-consuming. I think these are subtle statement pieces and add class up any outfit! We used some super cute beads for each necklace, creating a variety of styles!


For this project, you need:

· chain necklaces

· eye pins

· a variety of beads

· pilers

· needle nose pliers

· measuring tape

· end cutters

The first thing you need to do is put the beads through the eye pin in the pattern that you want. After you will need to use your needle nose pliers to fold the eye pin closed, so the beads are secure. Once the bar is done, set the bead bar to the side and repeat these steps six more times. You should have a total of seven bars in the end.


Next, you need to get the chain necklace. Lay it out and find the center of the chain once you have found the center you need to cut with end cutter pliers. Then you need to hook the two ends of the bead bar to where you just cut the chain. Then you measure up the chain from where the bar is attached about two inches; you can attach a bar to the cute side, or you can cut the other side of the chain. I typically cut both sides then attach the bars so I can make sure the cuts are even. Once you have 3 bars attached, you measure up two inches on each side and repeat until all 7 bars are connected to the chain.

Here is a quick video showing the process!



I also wanted to share that we are having a BOGO sale for all of August! You just enter the coupon code: B2S1x1 at check out!


As always! Thanks for taking the time out of your day to be a part of crazy! Until Next Time…

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