Measure the length of beading wire you will need by wrapping it around the curtain you want to tie back. When you have that measurement add about two to three inches on each side, then cut with wire nippers. Select a large size toggle clasp and crimp one side of the clasp to one end of the wire. String the beads you have selected onto the wire as if you were making a beaded necklace only probably shorter. Once stringing the beads is complete, crimp on the bar side of the clasp.
Place a hook into the wall behind the curtain; a plant hanging hook would work well. Put the loop side of the toggle over the hook, wrap the beaded wire around the curtain then pass the bar of the toggle through the loop side to hold the beaded strand in place around the curtain.
Create beaded dangles with the left over beads used for the tie back, or attach an eye catching tassel to the center of the tie back for fun and attractive embellishments.
Products sold by Fire Mountain Gems and Beads® are intended for experienced jewelry-makers and designer-artists; children 14 years of age or younger should use these products with adult direction.
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