Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Fabric flower necklace - part four



The ribbons need to be finished off in some way. What I chose was to make some lampwork glass beads and use them for accents.



Cut the ribbon ends on a slant and thread them through a few beads on each side. Tie a loose knot below each bead. You can also add a knot above each bead if desired.



Here are all the steps taken to create this necklace:
Part one
Part two
Part three
Part four


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13 comments:

Eileen Bergen said...

Nice finishing touches. I've enjoyed this four/part series. Thank you, Cyndi.

WindyRiver said...

Your tutorials are always so clearly written and nicely detailed. Thanks again for another great tutorial series!

Cyndi L said...

Thanks so much, guys! It's that nit-picky part of me that always wants MORE PICTURES!! lol!

Diana said...

Cyndi, you just keep proving over and over what a true Renaissance woman you really are!

Cyndi L said...

LOL!! Diana, are you sure that's not "Jill of all trades" instead?

Cherie said...

Never thought of combining the beads with the flowers. This is a very cool project.

Cyndi L said...

Thank you, Cherie :-)

A Creative Dream... said...

Love the beads Cyndi...I'm always amazed by people who can create those!

Cyndi L said...

Hi June! Lampwork beads are no more tricky than any other art form! You just need the right equipment and a certain amount of time. Ok, *there's* the problem!! :-)

Noreen Crone-Findlay said...

Lovely necklace, Cyndi! It would be perfect for a bride....

Cyndi L said...

Noreen, thanks! I hadn't thought of it as a bridal necklace since it isn't white...duh, people are using LOTS of different colors these days :-)

Anonymous said...

That looks like something I would love to try.
Elizabeth
LeVert92 at aol.com

Cyndi L said...

And I'd love to see what you make!

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