Tutorial: Make Your Own Cheap Pendant Chains [Video]

I thought, hey, why not show everyone that they, too, can make inexpensive pendant chains?

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Okay but, for real, I’m sorry that I did not speak more clearly in this video. I will do better. I’m new at this filming business!

I needed to sit down and make pendant chains because I was listing this pendant right here for sale on Etsy:

Which you can get here if you want it, I dunno if you like to wear things on your neck. I will have these in stock until I run out and then . . . we’ll see? (This is why I’m not really a businessperson.)

Anyway, I thought, hey, why not show everyone that they, too, can make inexpensive pendant chains? I think these will come out to between 1 and 2 dollars each. (The ones I made were actually about 70 cents each, but it depends on what you can find at your local craft supplier, so I don’t want to oversell it.) The chain I used is super sturdy, too–it’s not the really flimsy type that will break if you breathe on it wrong . . . though if you like the more delicate chain, I’m sure you can find it!

If you would like to learn other versions–like ribbon, cord, etc–drop me a comment here or on YouTube and I will film that, as well. Happy crafting!