Stone Pendant Handmade Jewelry DIY Projects

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Do you ever feel like a little kid when you learn something new? First it’s kind of scary, then you get the courage to do it, next you give it a try. Then you fall in love and can’t stop making things. That’s how I feel about all my easy diy projects. Today’s project is so easy anyone can make this Stone Pendant Necklace. It’s so easy for adults, teens and older kids. 

You might remember a while back I shared a few of my first diy jewelry projects I tried. I shared a leather fringe necklace on an antique copper chain and a super easy twisted nylon necklace. (Find the links at bottom of post ) I really have enjoyed testing the waters and making more jewelry crafts. Today I have another jewelry craft project for you! 

What is great about this project is it’s so easy and would make a perfect Teacher gift, Mother’s Day gift, bridal shower gift or birthday gift. Of course you could pick from any of the easy jewelry projects I’ve tried lately as they all turned out great and would make perfect gifts for someone or make one for yourself.

Get starting making pendant necklaces! 

Stone Pendant Necklace

Easy Jewelry DIY Projects

How to make a stone pendant necklace

This is an easy diy project. A silver chain with pendant stone that is attached with lobster clasp and rings. It’s just a matter of having two tools and a ruler plus a few supplies. I’ve listed them all below along with the steps! For the twisted nylon cord pendant necklace, fringe and tassel necklaces scroll to bottom of post to view these easy DIY posts. 

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Supplies for making a DIY Necklace with Stone Pendant

Opal Tear Drop Stone PendantsIf you are creating a bunch of crafts jewelry to gift you may like these opal tear drop charm pendants which come with 40 pieces. And the jewelry findings box

 Easy Jewelry DIY Steps Chain Necklace| how to add a lobster clasp and jump rings

Steps to Creating Silver Pendant Necklace

  • Cut the chain to your desired length using your side cutter
  • Add the lobster clasp and jump ring to each end of the necklace chain with your needle nose pliers and the lobster clasp then close the ends
  • Note* If using a small hole thread chain through the holes prior to adding jump rings and lobster clasp! (this is the case with Agate stone, which does not come with an attached loop)
  • Slip the desired stone or base metal pendant onto it
  • Your ready to wear it or gift it! 

For your reference I found a easy DIY video tutorial that shows how to add the lobster clasp and jump rings. 

Tools needed for the easy crafts  jewelry project

You might have a few of these tools at home already. Check first! I have listed three great very affordable crafts jewelry kit options if you need to start fresh or are just getting started with jewelry making. The tool kits are listed below. What’s great is the project on this post and the other posts listed below all use the same tools but, just a few different supplies which is outlined in each post.

Easy DIY Projects Jewelry Necklaces

 Easy DIY Projects you may enjoy for Jewelry Making

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  1. I remember looking some more complicated jewelry-making techniques years ago and being so unbelievably excited when I discovered what I could do with just a few tricks and tools in my tool belt. Jewelry-making can be so much fun, and it’s amazing what you can produce. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

    1. Hi Bev, I haven’t hit complicated jewelry making yet but, I’m loving the easy projects I’ve tried so far. I can’t wait to get a few more skills under my belt. Your jewelry is so pretty! I hope to be as skilled done day.

    1. Hi Joanna, I wanted to try making jewelry for a long time. It took forever for me to get around to it. lol Now it’s a matter of just keeping up and trying more jewelry projects.

  2. You always come up with such creative ideas! One day I’ll try and make some diy jewelry. You have to have a lot of patience.

    1. Hi Stacie, Aw, thanks!! I have some patience but, really these are super easy!! Honestly I recently only started doing jewelry projects. I know you could do it! Just give it a try!

  3. Wow I love all the jewellery pieces you have created! And you make it seem so simple, maybe I should actually try to make a couple of my own necklaces as I can picture what I want and can never find them I’m sure it would be easier to just find the pretty charms and make them myself. Found from Friendship Friday.

  4. Hi Theresa – beautiful jewelry! I have never made jewelry since I spend most of my creative time sewing, but these ideas just might inspire me to give jewelry a try ;o) Thanks for sharing and for linking up to the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop at Katherine’s Corner. Hope to catch up with you again next week at the hop. Nina @ Vintage Mama’s Cottage

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