Start this geometric necklace project by downloading the template below. Print this template directly onto your shrink film. You can use clear or white shrink film for your necklace, but we decided to use white for ours. It is all based on preference! I have added links to both shrink films in Shop this Project for you to decide. After you cut out your hexagons, punch a hole at the top of your shapes so that you can add jump rings after they come out of the oven. Stick them in the oven on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper. Make sure that none of the pieces are touching when you put them in the oven because they will end up melding together. Funnily enough, we actually baked ours in the toaster oven we have in the studio and it worked like a charm!
Once you pull your hexagons out, place a heavy book on them to flatten them. When they are completely cooled, you can begin painting with acrylic craft paint. I recommend 2-3 coats of paint in total. Play around with paint colors! We painted one with metallic paint and love how it turned out. To complete our geometric necklace, we added bronze jewelry findings. Wait until the paint is completely dry to add the jump rings and chain. We found our findings at our local JoAnn Store, but you can also find them at any jewelry or craft store. Follow the step-by-step photo tutorial and printable instructions to craft your geometric necklace!
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