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Brass Hardware Eternity Pendant

By: Nancy Hagan for FaveCrafts

Create an industrial necklace with the Brass Hardware Eternity Pendant tutorial. Wander your local hardware store and look for pieces that stand out to you. Use Krylon Spray Adhesive to assemble your jewelry and coat your final piece with Krylon Clear Coating.

Primary TechniqueJewelry Making

Intermediate

Materials:

  • 1 Wire cutter
  • 1 Decorative solid brass hasp with hook 2 3/4"
  • 1 Can of Krylon® Spray Adhesive
  • 1 Can of Krylon® ColorMaster™ Acrylic Crystal Clea
  • 36" fine brass or gold plate chain
  • Dremmel Drill
  • Brass Charm (eternity symbol)
  • Lobster clasp

Instructions:

  1. Remove the top screw hole on top of hasp using a wire cutter or pliers,. Sand down any sharp edges with Dremmel tool using sandpaper bit. Make sure top is smooth with nice straight horizontal line. Sand down any sharp edges with Dremmel tool using sandpaper bit. Make sure top is smooth with nice straight horizontal line. Cut off 3" of brass chain. Attach 2 jump rings to the 2 remaining screw holes. Take your "Eternity" charm, or any barss charm that you like
  2. Remove dust or oil with a degreaser or denatured alcohol
  3. Remove Hasp from packaging. Turn hasp around and remove the "lock" element. Using Painters Tape (or low-tack masking tape) mask off front part of lock. Spray back of hasp and front of lock with Krylon Spray Adhesive, attach lock, Let set until firm. Remove tape. Set aside.
  4. Take your brass charm and 36" of chain. Cut off 3" of brass chain and attach to charm using a jump ring. Attach 2 jump rings to the 2 remaining screw holes on top of hasp. Loop your chain through the two jump rings for hanging. Thread your charm on chain through the two jump rings and let it hang over hasp (as pictured.)
  5. Finish your chain by putting on brass crimp end and lobster clasp.

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