Enlightenment Necklace

DESIGNED BY Denise Yezbak Moore

Learn how to make this Enlightenment Necklace by designer Dense Yezbak Moore featuring Bead Gallery beads by Halcraft Collection. The instructions for this beautiful Bead Gallery creation include a comprehensive list of DIY jewelry making materials and supplies from our huge inventory of beads, charms, connectors, pendants, findings, stringing materials and tools. As well as a step by step DIY jewelry making a how-to guide for creating this one of a kind statement piece. Creating beautiful jewelry is easy with Halcraft Collection.

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*Please note - Colors and styles for our India fancy assorted bead mix vary. You could receive a different color focal bead.


01   Bead Gallery® package amber small glass mix 4x8mm (15600)
02   Bead Gallery® India fancy assorted bead mix  (17773)*
02   Bead Gallery® aqua dyed agate stone nugget bead (15612)
01   Bead Gallery® package agate stone bead mix 5-14mm (15611)
01   Bead Gallery® package agate stone bead mix 5-14mm (17786)
01   Bead Gallery® multi glass mix 6-14mm colorful (15610)
40” brown cording 3-ply

Beadalon classic nipper tool (JTNIP1)

Time: Less than 45 minutes

Level Of Difficulty: Beginner

Easy To Follow DIY Instructions

1. Separate beads into matching shape or color stacks.
2. Cut 40” of cording.
3. String 10 amber small glass, large 4 agate stone, 14 agate chips, 1 amber small glass, aqua agate nugget, Indian fancy bead, multi glass bead match inlaid bead, 5 agate chips, 4 medium agate nuggets, 11 medium agate stones, 2 large agate stones, multi glass bead matching fancy bead, Indian fancy bead, amber small glass, medium agate nugget, aqua agate nugget, 4 large agate nuggets, 5 medium agate nuggets, 6 small agate rounds, 2 medium agate nuggets, and 7 amber small glass.
4. Bring strands together and form 2 overhand knots.
5. Separate strands, move down a tad, form overhand knot, string 1 small amber glass, and form an overhand knot.
6. Trim end of cording to desired length and fray.
7. Repeat steps 5-6 on other side of necklace.

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Denise Yezbak Moore is a self-taught artisan who loves to create anything with a bohemian flair. She specializes in one-of-a-kind jewelry designs, photography, and social media. Denise resides in Orange County, CA with her husband and two children.