DIY Sea Glass & Crystal Honey Bee Necklace Recipe from

Like bees to honey, you will be drawn to this charming necklace created with’s Sea Glass Beads and crystal rondelles by Cheryl.  In tones of amber, this princess length necklace has bee charms, dragonflies and lacy leaves.  To see how Cheryl made this necklace, along with a clickable supplies list, keep reading below!
DIY Sea Glass & Crystal Honey Bee Necklace Recipe from
How to Make It:
First Cheryl took the charm bracelet and removed the charm and bar part of the clasps.  This forms the part of the necklace that goes around the back of the neck.
The rest of the necklace are series of random sections of jump ring chains, eye pins links and large 12mm jump rings which she attached to the bracelet.  Each section is embellished with sea glass beads and crystals beads in amber and clear.
Cheryl made many small dangles that are attached to the jump ring chains and the large jump rings.  She threaded several eye pins with crystals and sea glass to form beaded links.  These were connected until Cheryl got the princess length necklace of 16″ to 18″ that she wanted.
She placed her toggle clasp fastener at the front right for interest.
The center dangle is another toggle part.  Cheryl used the circle part of toggle with jump ring chain and a ball end dangle for the center focal point.
And of course there is a darling bee charm front and center.  Lacy leaf charms and dragonfly charms are scattered throughout the necklace.
Supplies List
with clickable links for this project – all available from
Meet Cheryl!
She is a very talented multi-tasking mom and grandmom who we all have the great pleasure of working with at . She helps us with everything ~ from packing your orders, picking your freebies, to making sure our inventory behaves and everything in-between! When she is not babysitting her grandchildren you will find her pet-sitting, cooking, baking, beading and creating!


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