I found a YouTube video on how to make a twisted choker necklace by BeadTV. (You can see the video at the bottom of this post.) So, grabbing up my beads and some 20 gauge wire and my tools, I followed the instructions on how to make a choker.
The real beauty of this is that the different sizes and textures of the different beads gave the necklace a fun artsy feel. I didn’t have to worry about matching — it was time to let my inner kindergartner run free!
Next, I was inspired to make a bracelet using silver plate, antique brass, and gold colored wires. I also put in some sparkly glass beads and few silver beads, and this turned out even better which made me super happy! (Happy dance time!)
I finished both the necklace and the bracelet up with a simple handmade hook and eye clasp.
Want to learn how to make a twisted wire necklace? Check out Bead TV’s “Twisted Wire Choker” Video:
Want to learn how to make a hook clasp? Check out Beadaholique’s “Make a Simple Hook Clasp” Video :