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Oozing with Charms

Is your wrist getting too heavy from your charm bracelet? Now you can use these Open Frame Hexagons to hold even more charms! Wear it on a long chain, layered with your other favorite necklaces for that chic boho, music festival look. For the opposite look, pair it with a short delicate chain and you have a clean polished accesory. These hexagons have so many possibilities. I love em!!!

Step-By-Step Instructions
  1. Adding Patina couldn't be any easier.  The applicator is small but it's surprisingly a super thin fluid. It flows really fast. Proceed with caution! DON'T SQUEEZE. You may need to tap lightly or apply SLIGHT pressure but if you squeeze...A LOT can come out. We didn't use a brush for this project. The patina will fill in the negative space on its own. Tilt the pendant or use a toothpick to guide the patina in the proper direction. Let the color patina dry for about 15 minutes then add a top coat of Glaze in the same manner. Allow to dry for an additional 15 minutes.

  2. Stamp, oxidize and polish your blanks.

  3. Add a small amount of glue to the rivoli holder and set your Swarovski Rivoili. Let this sit undisturbed for at least 15 minutes.

  4. Using a headpin wire wrap your pearl. If you need a lil' reminder on your wire wraps take a few minutes to watch our free tutorial: Wrapped Head Pin Dangles by Lisa.

  5. Gather all of your charms.  Add jump rings to all of your pieces and attach them to your hexagon.

  6. Pick a chain!


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