by Lynda Carson
Bead and Wire Charms
Metal Compenet with Bead Charms
I love leather cord...inexpensive, flexible, and comes in great colors, too.Lately, I've had great fun creating some one-of-a-kind necklaces using all those orphaned beads laying around my work space. I started with at least 36-39 inches of leather. This style also has the added benefit of no extra findings...just an overhand knot to finish them off.If you would like to participate, I just posted a jewelry give away on my blog...just for the fun of it. No subscribing to anything. Easy rules. Lynda CarsonFresh Baked Designsfreshbakeddesigns.wordpress.com
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