Cupcake Wishes Glass Vial Necklace Tutorial
Created by: Amy Mickelson
Designer Tips Make a hole through the center of the cork using a heavy-duty needle. You may need to use flat-nose pliers to push the needle through the cork. Use chain-nose pliers to bend the half-moon outer loops of the round filigree down 90 degrees. Add the cork, the round filigree, a cupcake bead and seed bead to a 3" head pin, and finish with a wrapped loop. Add 2 jump rings to the loop. Add cupcake sprinkles to a glass vial, and put the cork on. If desired, use some white glue to adhere the cork to the vial. Cut a desired length of chain, and slide it through the 2 jump rings on the cork top. Finish by adding jump rings and a lobster clasp. Continued Below...
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For another glass vial necklace project, check out our blog post: . How to Make a Glass Vial Necklace Our ceramic cupcake beads are limited stock... if you work with polymer clay or air-dry clay, you can make your own little cupcakes to place on top of a design like this. Adding a hole to turn them into a bead, keeps them more securely in place, than just gluing them on. Free Technique Sheets & How-Tos Suggested Supplies 1 dozen [use 1] #30-187-4021 Bottle Charm, Glass Jar, 40x21mm 1 pkg of 10 [use 1] #28-684-233 Handmade Ceramic Beads, Cupcake, Tiny 1 spool [use 28-30"] #40-099-13-3 Silver Plated Cable Chain, Footage, 2.1mm 1 dozen [use 1] #44-154-3 Silver Plated Filigree, Round 1 pkg of 100 [use 1] #37-423-3 Silver Plated Head Pin, 3", Standard 1 ounce [use 4] #37-136-3 Silver Plated Jump Ring, Round, 5mm 1 dozen [use 1] #39-343-3 Silver Plated Lobster Clasp, 12mm 1 vial [use 1] #20-228-23B TOHO Glass Seed Bead, Aquamarine Silver-lined, size 11/0, Silver Lined, 2.1mm Tools #69-271-99 EURO TOOL Glitter, Four-Piece Set Additional Supplies Cupcake/cake sprinkles Heavy-duty embroidery needle