Cubes! I’ve been obsessed with geometric jewelry lately. The second I spotted these awesome metal cube beads, I knew I have to make a necklace with them. It’s starting to get warm out, so a light little golden necklace will do the trick.
- Cube beads
- Delicate chain
- Jump rings
- Lobster claw
- Wire cutters
- Cut chain to about 15 to 17 inches. At this length the beads should sit just under your collarbone. Cut the chain in half.
- Cut a piece of wire long enough to hold all your beads, connect to the chain and a little extra for good measure. Make a loop in the wire and thread the chain onto the wire. To secure the chain, wrap the wire around itself.
- Thread on your beads.
- Secure the other end of the wire by making a loop, threading the chain on, and wrapping the wire around itself.
- Depending on the size of you chain you can either use jump rings to attach your closure or use wire. My chain was very small, so I had to use the wire.