As requested by Rena.
You will also need tools: pliers & wire cutters
First, take the wire and snip it into 9 pieces, about an inch long.
Take the blunt part of your plier tool to press one end of the wire. Slip on your bead. The flat end will prevent the bead from falling off. WARNING: The end will probably be sharp.
Snip off excess wire and then close your loop. Repeat.
Using the jump ring, connect the wing and the chain. Close the loop. Put on your hook.
This is how you're going to add the beads. I used small 'spiral' patterns: one bead to the left, then to the front, then to the right, all in sections of three.
Voila, and you're finished.
Thank you for reading, and if you have any questions or comments, feel free to post!
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