Faux Capiz Shell Pendant

Beautiful capiz shell pendants add romance, interest and natural beauty to any room. With this DIY tutorial, you can make a capiz pendant to any size using basic household supplies.

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Disassemble Lampshade

Disassemble lampshade by removing cording and fabric from shade. Pull three straight wires out of lampshade neck (the smallest circle). Cut the straight wires from the medium circle with wire cutters.

Rebuild Lampshade

Center three circles. Lay cut straight wires under circles, pushing straight ends back into lampshade neck. Bend outer ends around outer frame. Use tie wire to secure circles to straight wires.

Add Shells and Assemble Pendant

Tie shells to lampshade, evenly spacing longer shells on the medium ring and shorter shells on the outer ring. Slip lampshade neck over pendant socket and secure tightly. Install pendant as directed by manufacturer.

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