Step 1: String larger beads onto ribbon clamps using crimp beads and beading wire.
Step 2: Add slightly shorter length (than first row of beads) of chain on top of the first row.
Step 3: Add smaller beads on a slightly shorter length than the chain, so all 3 rows tier nicely. You can repeat this with varying sizes of beads for as many rows as you like. (Sorry I don’t have exact measurements of rows. I just eye judged them).
Step 4: Clamp ribbon into ribbon clamps. I add a drop of E-6000 for good measure to make sure the ribbon stays put. I then cut the ribbon ends at an angle and added fray check. You can alternatively use a lighter to seal the ends, just be careful not to get the flame too close or it will leave black burn marks (or worse!)
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