Neon Geometric Necklace

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By Kid’s Crafts Contributor Stephanie, from the Blog A Geek in Glasses.

DIY neon clay beads to make this fun necklace. Tutorial at

Geometric shapes are very popular in jewelry right now. This multifaceted  bead is easy to make and a great summer project for the teens in your life. These can be made in a half an hour and by using the nylon coated wire, the beads string themselves. Use neon colors of clay and you’ll be right on trend.







Start by cutting a square of clay right off the block. Start making cuts to create the multifaceted look. Once the shape desired is complete, use the nylon coated wire to pierce a hole in the bead. Continue making beads in this fashion.


I placed the beads on the wire in the finished pattern and spaced them out the way I wanted the finished necklace to look. Then I cut the wire and place the entire necklace, wire and all into the oven and baked according to the instructions on the package.

I found that the nylon melted a little and holds the finished beads in place.

DIY geometric clay beads to make this neon necklace. Tutorial at

Once the necklace is cool, I used crimp beads to attach a jump ring and lobster clasp to finish the piece.

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2 Responses
  1. Kelsy :

    Date: July 26, 2013 @ 10:02 AM

    I would have never thought to cook the clay right on the wire. Great idea!

  2. Chelsea :

    Date: August 5, 2013 @ 12:52 PM

    Such a great idea, I love that it’s so simple!

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