How to Use Your Puzzle Necklace
If you can use a spring ring like the one below, then you can create all of these variations.
Open your spring ring and place the oval ring at the end of your beads in it. Voila! The spring rings can easily hold two bead strings or more, so don’t be afraid of making even a three strand necklace.
Just make sure the ring closes again to hold your strands securely in place.
You can turn your kit into ENDLESS creations:
|YEAH! – Here we go!|
|There are three ways to close your necklace: with a clasp, a connector or a pendant|
|Single string necklace||Single string, clasp in front||Single string with connector||Single string with pendant|
|You can embellish your necklace in many ways. Here are just a few:|
|Single string with connector and pendant||Single string with just a center piece||Single string with center piece and pendant||Single string with center piece, connector and pendant|
|Add the second string for a fuller look!|
|Double string necklace, plain, simple, classic!||Double string with short string and pendant||Double string with center piece and pendant||Double string, connector, center piece and pendant|
|…or go for the long version:|
|Long necklace from two long strings, clasp and connector||Single string, center, connector, short string, pendant||Two strings, center, connector, pendant||Two strings, center, and a pair of your eyeglasses!|
|Let’s not forget the bracelets:|
|Bracelet made from short string and connector||Bracelet made from short string and clasp|
|Make even more with parts from the Accessories Store!|
|Advanced designs that are just WAAYYY too much fun!!|
Short necklaces using either a clasp, connector or center piece (as in the photos) are 17″ long. You can make these longer to fit your own wardrobe and taste, by using our extenders, available in the Accessories store.
Single string necklaces that use the pendant as a clasp are 16″ long.
Keep playing! Pretty soon, you’ll come up with YOUR OWN IDEAS.
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ONE necklace – SEVEN parts – ENDLESS combinations
“STRING ATTACK™” starter kits, bead strands and all other components by the Love & Peace Project are hand made with love in USA, using mostly imported parts from foreign countries, including Czech Republic, Japan, Germany, India, China, Italy and Austria.
We take great pride in each and every product, and we know that you will love the quality of our work. However, sometimes the best components don’t always perform as they should. Even manufacturers are humans. Should you have any reason not to be 100% satisfied with the functionality of your items, please talk to us first, so you get a prepaid shipping label. You may send it back and we’ll replace it or refund your purchasing price.
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