These keychain suncatchers are simple to make and look gorgeous when the sun strikes them! Use them as a keychain or add a loop on the end instead of a split ring and hang them in a window. When the sun hits them, they create tons of tiny little rainbows throughout the space! My daughter and I made one of these for each of the females in our family and they were all a hit. Follow along as I teach you how to make a suncatcher keychain for yourself!
How to Make a Suncatcher Keychain Supplies:
- Cut Crystal Pendant
- Darice Angel Beads
- Crystal Bead Strands
- Silver Beading Wire
- Darice Colored Split Rings
- Darice Crimp Beads
- Darice Jewelry Pliers and Wire Cutters
Cut a length of wire, mine was approximately 12″.
Thread the crystal pendant onto it. Placing it into the middle of the wire.
Thread the end wires through the crimp bead and tighten.
That’s it! We hope you enjoyed learning how to make a suncatcher keychain. This was a great project for my daughter and I to work on together. They make great gifts for teachers and friends. I especially love the little angel beads that we used. It makes me feel like I always have a guardian angel with me!
With so many bead and crystal options from Darice, it’s easy to make a lot of these without any being the same! Get creative, have fun and enjoy the beautiful rainbows that these pretty pieces throw off in the sun!
Looking for more suncatcher ideas? Check out this post for a DIY Mother’s Day suncatcher that uses a lovely tree pendant.
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Kim Conner, blogger at Inspiration Made Simple, is a graphic designer,
crafter, and full-time, outside the home, working mom of three. Inspiration Made Simple is filled with fun craft ideas, tons of free printables,
party ideas, and other inspiration. When Kim is not creating, you can
usually find her reading or playing with her children.