How to Make Black and White Beaded Choker Necklace with Blue Glass Drops
Summary: By adding some drops, you can also diy this beaded choker necklace easily! Are you curious? Check the steps below!
Black and white are the best color matching in jewelry making, thus today I picked some white pearl beads and black glass beads to start my project. In order to add shimmery element to this choker necklace design, I strung some blue glass drop bead on. Now let's go ahead to see the details.
Supplies in making black and white beaded choker necklace with blue glass drops:
6mm White Glass Pearl Beads
6mm Black Gemstone Beads
2mm Yellow Bugle Seed Beads
12x6mm Blue Faceted Glass Drop Beads
5x7mm Black Faceted Glass Beads
2mm Brown Seed Beads
1cm Blue Grosgrain Ribbon
0.3mm Tiger Wire
Instructions on making the black and white beaded choker necklace with blue glass drops:
Step 1: Bead the basic necklace strand
1st, cut a piece of 0.3mm tiger wire (about 90cm), slide 4 brown seed beads, 2 6mm white pearl beads and 2 blue gemstone beads in sequence as shown in the picture;
2nd, thread the left wire in the picture through the last black gemstone bead on the right side and tighten up;
3rd, add a brown seed bead, a white pearl bead and a brown seed bead to the left wire, while a brown seed bead, a white pearl bead, a brown seed bead and a black gemstone bead to the other wire as shown;
4th, thread the left wire through the black gemstone bead on the right side and tighten up, then you will finish your basic pattern like below;
5th, repeat this beading pattern to finish the necklace strand with a proper length and trim off the excessive wires.
Step 2: Add a middle-layer for the choker design
1st, cut a piece of tiger wire (about 80cm), thread it through the 5th white pearl bead from one end (here shows the left end);
2nd, slide 3 yellow bugle seed beads, a 5x7cm black glass bead and 3 bugle seed beads in sequence through the right end of the wire;
3rd, thread the wire backward through the black glass bead, then add 3 more yellow bugle seed beads on the same wire as shown;
4th, thread the wire through the same white pearl bead and tighten;
5th, thread the wire through along the brown seed beads, then head to the next white pearl bead and make the same pattern until you finish the whole layer for the choker design and trim off the excessive wires.
Step 3: Add blue glass bead drops
1st, cut a piece of tiger wire (about 70cm), thread it through the yellow bugle seed bead on the first pattern of the middle layer;
2nd, slide 6 yellow bugle beads and a blue glass drop bead through the right end, then thread the wire through the last bugle bead that you just added;
3rd, slide another 6 yellow bugle beads through the wire and the bugle bead on the next pattern;
4th, slide 6 bugle beads and a glass drop bead again through the wire, then repeat the patterns respectively and trim off the wires in the end.
Step 4: Finish the beaded choker necklace
1st, cut a piece of 1cm blue ribbon, thread it through each end of the necklace strand respectively;
2nd, tie a lovely bow and finish the charming beaded choker necklace with glass bead drops.
The final look of this choker necklace is shown below:
This charming black and white beaded choker necklace with blue glass drops is a good choice for you to wear in summer days. By adopting the same beading pattern, you could also transfer it into a bracelet to make a jewelry set! What a good idea! Have a nice try!