Tiny Living Terrarium Necklace Tutorial

Written by
Summer Melaas
Published on
October 27, 2021 7:17:35 PM PDT October 27, 2021 7:17:35 PM PDTth, October 27, 2021 7:17:35 PM PDT

Created by: Summer Melaas

Designer Tips

  • Add about 1/2" of soil, a small amount of moss, then sedum or other tiny succulents to a glass bottle charm. Total dirt/moss should be about 3/4". Mist very lightly as needed to maintain; do not overwater.
  • Cut roughly 12" of wire. Wrap wire around the bottle approx. 3 times. Wrap wire one more time half way so that both wires are on opposite sides of the bottle. Make loops with each one of these wires for your chain. Continue to wrap the wire 2 more times and secure wire around both the existing loops before you cut off the excess wire.
  • If desired, use bronze wire and crystal or gemstone beads to wire wrap a beaded chain section to add to the necklace chain.

Suggested Supplies

  • 1 pair #34-063-41 Bronze Niobium Earring Hook Findings
  • 1 ounce (use 2 pieces) #37-136-7 Antiqued Copper Plated Jump Ring, Round, 5mm
  • 1 dozen (use 2 pieces) #29-730-R Baltic Birch Wood Charm, Hand, 25x16mm
  • 1 ounce (use 2 pieces)  #37-722-7 Antiqued Copper Plated Eye Pin, 2", Standard
  • 1 gross (use 4 beads) #26-464-7 4.5mm Round Corrugated Beads - Antiqued Copper Plated
  • 1 strand (use 2 beads)  #27-398-11 Color-Changing Mirage Bead, Moon-Basket
  • 1 gross (use 2 pieces)  #33-960 White Rubber Earring Backs, Wire Keeper  (Use as a bead aligner inside the large-hole Mirage beads.)
  • Tools#65-553-00 The Beadsmith Microfine Plier Set, Four Piece
  • #69-056 EURO TOOL Side Flush Cutter
  • #66-214-06 Bead Mat (optional-keep beads from rolling away while you work)

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