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How To Tutorials: Hexagon Teething Necklace

Posted on November 14 2016

How to Make a Silicone Bead Teething Necklace

Add some baby friendly pizzazz to your wardrobe with this simple, minimalist Hexagon Teething Necklace!

In today's tutorial, we will be showing you how to get started with making chewelry necklaces. Learn the basics of creating teething necklaces with this quick tutorial - once you get started, you'll be hooked for life! This Hexagon Teething Necklace is a great way to keep your little busy occupied while still looking like one hot mama!


To make today's project, you will need the following supplies

31" of cord (we used Navajo White)

5 x Hexagon Beads (we used Snow, Navajo White, Serenity, Rose Quartz and Chocolate)

1 x Gold Break Away Clasp

Lighter

Scissors


Check out the video below for the full tutorial. Let us know what you think - leave any questions or comments for us below.

Happy Crafting!♥



**Disclaimer: Chomp Chew Bead Designs accepts no liability whatsoever for the final quality of the product that you may make using our tutorials. Do not leave products around unsupervised babies or children as small parts can present a choking hazard.

1 comment

  • Lorna Saunders: November 21, 2016

    Hi there!!
    Love these tutorials! If I wanted to place a knot in between each bead would I hang/thread them all first and then place the knots or place a bead on, make a knot, place another bead on, make a knot etc Hope that makes sense!

    Lorna x

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