Dangle Planner Charms: A Step-By-Step Assembly Guide | Sharmane Coquilla | Skillshare

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Dangle Planner Charms: A Step-By-Step Assembly Guide

teacher avatar Sharmane Coquilla, Creative Documentation Artist

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Lessons in This Class

6 Lessons (11m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Tools

    • 3. Layout

    • 4. Wire Wrap

    • 5. Assembly

    • 6. Final Output

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About This Class


In this class you will learn how to make your own adorable dangling planner charm. The class will discuss the tools you will need, teach you how to arrange the elements in a layout and guide you through the assembly process.

Gather your supplies and get started in making a lovely accessory for your planner, journal or even your everyday bag!

A project module with a layout guide is available for your download. It is designed to give you an overview of the whole process and eventually aid you as you make your own planner charm.

Note from the creator:

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I hope you enjoy the class as much as I enjoyed preparing it!

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Sharmane Coquilla

Creative Documentation Artist


 Hi there! I’m Sharmane and I am passionate about creatively documenting life in between slivers of paper in a fun, easy & creative way!

Creative documentation is a full-time hobby and passion of mine. I’ve been sharing my creations to the the world as a content creator in Youtube and Instagram since 2013 and just recently as story creator for the Amino App as well.

All my skillshare classes are geared toward introducing and living the love for analogue in a more meaningful way for the creatives of the 21st century.  

My interests and contents includes various ways and types of journal-keeping approaches,letter writin... See full profile

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1. Introduction: - Hi guys. Charmaine on I thought to a different video speak. I thought I would be doing a tutorial on how to make cute little planner charms that I had on my child. There's no books and, you know, it's really were still you could use it anywhere. When I make the's planner, Torme's just usually wing it. Um, I don't really take measurements because I have, like, a bunch of crafting supplies, and I play around with them when im these things. So I try to be a step Nicholas possible so that you can follow along if you want to, uh, do one yourself. So I hope you enjoy the rest of the video and let me know what you think. 2. Tools: So begin women. Gather all your supplies. You will need an assortment of beads. So this is my collection of various stone glass beads, which I've accumulated over the years. I also have a variety of charms. This lot of charms are botanical in, so it includes firms, trees and flowers. You will also need jewelry chain links. A couple of flat head fins jump brings lobster clasps and jewelry wire. As for the tools, it's essential to have around no supplier, and the tool took the wire red. In my case, I couldn't find a regular pliers, so I used a nail clipper. Not advisable, but it habits in surplus and it does the job. 3. Layout: so I lay out everything in the pattern so you can easily follow along. During assembly, I begin with a 10 centimeter chain link I visually divided in thirds and mark one point of the division to locate. Or the lobster clasp goes for my lot of beads. I choose a big heart stone and put it on the shorter end of the chain link. I then go ahead and pick a charm which goes on the longer and ashamed. So from there, I add other elements on the chain link. In this case, I added more beads and more leave charms. I also added in components that you will need to assemble the planner charm with. So I added the flat had been for the round jump brings for all other elements and the wire through up around with a heart shape. 4. Wire Wrap: once satisfied with the set up, it is time to wrap the hardship bead with a wire. First, I slide in the bead halfway through the wire, approximately 20 centimeters in length. This length may vary depending on the size and shape of the beef you will be using have been used a round nose pliers to make a round island at the bottom of the beast. I wrapped the wire on the round and of the Flyer and gently twist until I have. On the end, I pulled the wire smugly from the other end and then using the previous method mentioned after age another island on the other end of the beach. Now that I have to eyelets, I check to see if there's tightly in place and do bits of adjustments until they feel snubbed. Here comes the fun part, using the remaining lengths of the wire a rapid randomly around the making, sure each round, and then type the embraces the B. When I have a feast 3 to 5 centimeter of wrapping wire left, I wrap it around the islands like so I then hide the end of the wire into the bead to ensure it doesn't get done. I used the exact same method with the other leg as well to provide added security on the loose end, you contrive putting on in pieces to help pull the wire in place. I'm just a hobbyist, so I'm not certain how to properly do these assemblies. But the thing about to do it yourself activities is that when something comes undone, you can easily remedy the situation because you know how to do it. So I just keep on adjusting and securing bits and parts of the wire app until I'm fully satisfied with the smugness of the wire. 5. Assembly: so I usually begin with a lobster clasps using a jump bring. I had patched the lobster class on to the 1/3 Smart. I then attached the main elements of chain Link first. So I begin with the heart bead, and then the main charm on the other end. There are indeed needs, and I look swell. So I slide in. The flag had been into the beads and 28 and eyelid using the round nose pliers, and then I just assemble the rest of the components. Using the jump brings attached them on the channeling. I just follow the pattern of the original layout and make adjustments as I see fit, yeah. 6. Final Output: So there you have it. It could be finer charm. You can hang from there. Travelers. Booker Platter. Even new bag. Yeah. He'll treat two floors, high out patterns, shapes and colors. Remember, the possibilities are only limited by your imagination. - Uh