(discretionary) generally useful fluid craft stick
Before you start this project, lay some newspaper down onto your work surface if you choose to use stick. Ensure when you are cutting the wire that the entirety of the small pieces are appropriately disposed of.
Step 1: If you purchased your wire by the spool, cut off a 9″ piece. Using needle nose pliers, twist one of the ends into a small circle and ensure that it is firmly twisted so that it will hold your beads on solidly.
Step 2: Thread onto your wire the accompanying: 1 clear elliptical dot, 1 clear small round dot, 1 blue round dab and proceed with the round dot design (minus the oval one) until you have 11 beads on the wire. At that point string on 2 of the unmistakable little beads, trailed by 1 round blue globule.
Step 3: Twist the rest of your wire into a pleasing shape to resemble an icicle (see photograph for the shape I selected). Using your needle nose pliers, twist the rest of the end of wire into a small circle.
The shape that you twist your icicle into should have a 3/4 enormous hover towards to the top so that it can be swung from a Christmas Tree limb.
Tips: If you find that your beads are sliding around something over the top and not staying set up, touch a small measure of paste onto the dab before stringing it onto the wire. If you might want to make your icicles huge, just increase the sizes of your wire and purchase additional beads. For inexpensive ornaments, use plastic beads. If you need detailed and extravagant ornaments, purchase glass beads.