Lady wraps a gem stone with gold wire, crafting an envy-worthy adornment for neck

DIY necklaces not only guarantee that you have have a one-of-a-kind piece, but they are so easy to make you'll wonder why you didn't try this out sooner! Gems, rocks and marbel are excellent options for pendents, but what takes it to the next level is one simple material: wire.
No matter what your personal style is, wire-wrapped pendants belong in your jewlery box. Here, we will take a look at a few DIY solutions for crafting your next beautiful piece. Let's check them out!
1. DIY wire wrapped stone necklace
If you are looking for a simplistic, raw style then check out this necklace design by Alice & Lois. To achieve this look, you will need wire which you will wrap around a single stone and clasp at the top. The end result? A beautiful design that will complete any look.
2. DIY wire wrapped marble pendant
Artyzen Studio shows a step-by-step guide for making a wrapped marble pendent. Rather than using a single piece of wire, you will need eight. The trick here is to wrap the set of wires together so that you have a base for your marble to set on as you wrap the other pieces up the sides. The excess wire will then be shaped into a spiral that will make the piece look more decorative.
3. DIY wire wrapped driftwood pendants
If earthy is more your style, then Craftaholics Anonymous has a design for you! First, gather pieces of driftwood or rocks that will serve as the pendent. Next, it's time to wire. Create a loop at the top of the pendent and then shape the wire in any design that you love. Add charms or beads to make it even more unique.
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