1. Lay all the holographic twists
side by side on the table with the ends even. Each twist,
except for one will be cut off. The first twist will remain
a 20” length. Cut 1” off the end of the next (2nd)
twist. Cut 2” off the 3rd twist. Cut 3” off the
4th twist. Continue along cutting off 1 more inch from each
2. Use the hole punch to make a hole at each end of each twist.
The hole should be about ¼” from the end. Lay
the twists back down in size order.
3. Slide a pony bead onto the end of the wire stem and bend
the wire up around the bead to hold it in position at the
end of the wire. Beginning with the longest twist, slide it
onto the wire, with the color side facing outwards. Slide
a pony bead on next and then the next twist. Continue alternating
pony beads and twists until all of the twists have been used.
Make sure that they are all in order from longest to the shortest.
4. Slide 20 pony beads on the wire next. Then begin with shortest
wire. Slide the wire through the hole. You may need to slightly
bend the wire to reach the hole. Add a pony bead. Continue
alternating twists and pony beads working from the shortest
to the longest until all the twists are on the wire.
5. Add one more pony bead onto the end of the wire. Bend the
remaining wire into a hanging loop and wrap the end around
the wire to secure. Cut off any excess wire. Wrap a scrap
of twist around the loop to cover the bare wire. Tie a small
length of twine or string to loop for hanger.