USING THE MAGIC FINDING
AS A MULTISTRAND DIVIDER
  
                 One way you can use this finding is as a multi strand divider
                 of up to 7 strands. Simply thread your beading string into 
                 the Magic Finding and continue threading your beading string 
                 through the 2 (or more) Magic Findings until you have achieved 
                 the number of strands desired for your design. 


Make sure you keep about 1/8” to 1/4” space between your Magic Finding and your beads, so that you have room to crimp your Magic Finding using The Magic Finding Pliers as seen in the video at the bottom of this page. The bigger the beads and the more strands you have the more space you will need.



Depending on your design and the number of strands in it, there 
are several ways to multi strand your designs using the Magic 
Finding, the two main ways are: 

1) Going back and forth with only one piece of beading string 
between two or more Magic Findings. For an example of this 
see the  blue beading string in the above demo.

2) Using one or more additional beading strings between two or 
more Magic Findings as seen in the red beading string in the 
above demo.

In necklaces, bracelets and anklets make sure that the ends of 
your beading string go through the Magic Finding at least 2 
times for maximum strength, as seen in the pictures below and 
in the above demo.

Once you have assembled your design, crimp it into a round
bead shape using The Patent Magic Forming Pliers as seen
in the video at the bottom on this page


USING THE 
MAGIC FINDING 
AS A CONNECTOR



The Magic Finding has 7 holes that can be used to connect many 
different things to your jewelry designs. 
Connect things to the Magic Finding by inserting any combinations of 
the following inserts into the holes of your Magic Finding; beading
string, head pins, eye pins, Omega inserts and metal wire.



   

 According to your design, you can then attach any of the following things to the inserts; clasps, chains, earring hooks, jump rings, head pins, pieces
 of wire, pendants or charms, chain extenders, etc… As seen in the pictures below: 
    
Once you have assembled The Magic Finding crimp it using The Magic Finding Pliers.
 
 

There are many ways to use the Magic Finding as connector, use your 
imagination to come up with new ideas or see other ideas in our inspiration gallery.

Below you will see directions for 3 projects that demonstrate the Magic Finding 
being used as a connector:




USING YOUR OMEGA INSERT
TO CONNECT A CLASP TO A 
BEADING STRING

First attach your beading string to your Magic Finding. Then 
assemble your clasp to an Omega Insert and put the Omega
Insert into two opposite holes of your Magic Finding. Then crimp 
the Magic Finding using The Patented Magic Finding
Plier, as per the directions at the bottom of this page.

See the inspirational gallery for several other examples of the 
Omega Insert being used to connect clasps.


USING THE  MAGIC FINDING
IN AN EARRING DESIGN

In this example you will see an earing with 3 strands 
of "looped" beading string.
Insert a head pin through a bead and then put your head pin 
through the middle hole of a Magic Finding. Using a pair of 
round nose pliers take the end of the head pin and make a loop 
with it. Then attach an earring hook to your loop. Next string your
beading string according to the illustration to your right. Then crimp 
the Magic Finding using The Patented Magic Finding Plier.

See the inspirational gallery for other examples of the Magic
Finding being used in earring designs.


USING THE MAGIC FINDING AS
A  BAIL TO ATTACH PENDANTS
OR CHARMS

Take an Omega Insert and hook it around your pendant or
charm, then insert the Omega Insert in two opposite holes of the 
Magic Finding. Next, take two other Omega Inserts hook them 
around your chain, and insert them into 2 sets of parallel holes on 
the other side of the Magic Finding.
Then Crimp your Magic Finding using The Patented Magic
Finding Plier.

The Magic Finding has endless applications that are not limited to the examples listed 
above or the examples in our inspirational gallery. If you come up a with a new and 
interesting idea, you can have it listed in our Inspiration Gallery for free. 



CRIMPING THE MAGIC
FINDING USING THE 
PATENTED MAGIC
FINDING PLIER

Before crimping assemble your jewelry design as per the previous 
directions. FIRST place the assembled Magic Finding in the LARGER
HOLE of the pliers. Crimp the finding by squeezing the pliers, rotate 
the finding 90 degrees and squeeze again, repeat 3-4 times until the 
pliers' jaws are completely closed. SECONDLY, repeat the same 
procedure in the SMALLER HOLE making sure that the bead is well
rounded and the pliers' jaws are fully closed. 


It is important  that every time you crimp with your pliers to always push and hold the Omega Insert in The Magic Finding before and during the crimping process.
To avoid marking the omega inserts with you pliers; make sure that the Magic Finding is centered and well seated in the concave holes of the pliers before you crimp.

Make sure you keep about 1/8" to 1/4" space between your beads and your Magic Finding with an omega insert assembled in it when you crimp your finding.




If your Magic Finding has an Omega Insert in it, make sure 
the Omega is fully inserted in the Magic Finding, so that the 
ends of the Omega Insert stick out.


 



Each time you crimp the Magic Finding with Omega Inserts,
press the Omega Insert with your finger so that the ends keep
sticking out. If at any time the ends of the Omega Insert slip back
in to the Magic Finding press them back out before proceeding.


 


If your design has an Omega Insert in it , make sure the 
Omega runs parallel to the jaws of The Patented Magical 
Crimp Forming Tool when you FIRST crimp the Magic Finding.
After you have first crimped the Omega Insert in a parallel 
position to the pliers, you can then rotate it 90 degrees and 
continue crimping it.
Do not crimp the Magic Finding until all components have 
been attached.