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Easy Bead Earrings

What you need

2 Headpins
2 Ear Hooks
Your choice of beads
Wire Cutters
Flat nose Pliers
Round nose Pliers



Instructions

With just a few hand tools, findings, and beads, you can easily make these beaded earrings.

Not only are they quick to make, but by changing the types of beads you use, you can create a variety of different designs.
You’ll need the following materials and equipment:

1. Start by inserting the beads onto the headpins in the design you prefer.

2. Next, use the flat nose pliers to bend the headpin over approximately 1/4 of an inch away from the top of the beads. Do this for both earrings in order to make sure they are the same size.

3. If your head pins are long, you may need to use wire cutters to cut off some of the excess. I like have the bent part of the pin to be no more than half an inch in length. If necessary, cut off the amount you need to from your head pins. Make sure both are the same length.

4. Now, use round nosed pliers to curl the bent part of the head pin on both earrings.
5. Next, slip on the ear hooks, and close the curled part around the ear hook.

6. To ensure they look approximately the same, hold them up next to each other and, if necessary, use pliers adjust them.

This Jewelry Making Project was contributed by Tammy Powley

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Earring Projects ---- bead-crafts-earring-projects

Easy Bead Earrings

What you need

2 Headpins
2 Ear Hooks
Your choice of beads
Wire Cutters
Flat nose Pliers
Round nose Pliers



Instructions

With just a few hand tools, findings, and beads, you can easily make these beaded earrings.

Not only are they quick to make, but by changing the types of beads you use, you can create a variety of different designs.
You’ll need the following materials and equipment:

1. Start by inserting the beads onto the headpins in the design you prefer.

2. Next, use the flat nose pliers to bend the headpin over approximately 1/4 of an inch away from the top of the beads. Do this for both earrings in order to make sure they are the same size.

3. If your head pins are long, you may need to use wire cutters to cut off some of the excess. I like have the bent part of the pin to be no more than half an inch in length. If necessary, cut off the amount you need to from your head pins. Make sure both are the same length.

4. Now, use round nosed pliers to curl the bent part of the head pin on both earrings.
5. Next, slip on the ear hooks, and close the curled part around the ear hook.

6. To ensure they look approximately the same, hold them up next to each other and, if necessary, use pliers adjust them.

This Jewelry Making Project was contributed by Tammy Powley

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Earring Projects ---- bead-crafts-earring-projects

Easy Bead Earrings

What you need

2 Headpins
2 Ear Hooks
Your choice of beads
Wire Cutters
Flat nose Pliers
Round nose Pliers



Instructions

With just a few hand tools, findings, and beads, you can easily make these beaded earrings.

Not only are they quick to make, but by changing the types of beads you use, you can create a variety of different designs.
You’ll need the following materials and equipment:

1. Start by inserting the beads onto the headpins in the design you prefer.

2. Next, use the flat nose pliers to bend the headpin over approximately 1/4 of an inch away from the top of the beads. Do this for both earrings in order to make sure they are the same size.

3. If your head pins are long, you may need to use wire cutters to cut off some of the excess. I like have the bent part of the pin to be no more than half an inch in length. If necessary, cut off the amount you need to from your head pins. Make sure both are the same length.

4. Now, use round nosed pliers to curl the bent part of the head pin on both earrings.
5. Next, slip on the ear hooks, and close the curled part around the ear hook.

6. To ensure they look approximately the same, hold them up next to each other and, if necessary, use pliers adjust them.

This Jewelry Making Project was contributed by Tammy Powley

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Earring Projects ---- bead-crafts-earring-projects

Easy Bead Earrings

What you need

2 Headpins
2 Ear Hooks
Your choice of beads
Wire Cutters
Flat nose Pliers
Round nose Pliers



Instructions

With just a few hand tools, findings, and beads, you can easily make these beaded earrings.

Not only are they quick to make, but by changing the types of beads you use, you can create a variety of different designs.
You’ll need the following materials and equipment:

1. Start by inserting the beads onto the headpins in the design you prefer.

2. Next, use the flat nose pliers to bend the headpin over approximately 1/4 of an inch away from the top of the beads. Do this for both earrings in order to make sure they are the same size.

3. If your head pins are long, you may need to use wire cutters to cut off some of the excess. I like have the bent part of the pin to be no more than half an inch in length. If necessary, cut off the amount you need to from your head pins. Make sure both are the same length.

4. Now, use round nosed pliers to curl the bent part of the head pin on both earrings.
5. Next, slip on the ear hooks, and close the curled part around the ear hook.

6. To ensure they look approximately the same, hold them up next to each other and, if necessary, use pliers adjust them.

This Jewelry Making Project was contributed by Tammy Powley

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Easy Bead Earrings

Earring Projects ---- bead-crafts-earring-projects

Easy Bead Earrings

What you need

2 Headpins
2 Ear Hooks
Your choice of beads
Wire Cutters
Flat nose Pliers
Round nose Pliers



Instructions

With just a few hand tools, findings, and beads, you can easily make these beaded earrings.

Not only are they quick to make, but by changing the types of beads you use, you can create a variety of different designs.
You’ll need the following materials and equipment:

1. Start by inserting the beads onto the headpins in the design you prefer.

2. Next, use the flat nose pliers to bend the headpin over approximately 1/4 of an inch away from the top of the beads. Do this for both earrings in order to make sure they are the same size.

3. If your head pins are long, you may need to use wire cutters to cut off some of the excess. I like have the bent part of the pin to be no more than half an inch in length. If necessary, cut off the amount you need to from your head pins. Make sure both are the same length.

4. Now, use round nosed pliers to curl the bent part of the head pin on both earrings.
5. Next, slip on the ear hooks, and close the curled part around the ear hook.

6. To ensure they look approximately the same, hold them up next to each other and, if necessary, use pliers adjust them.

This Jewelry Making Project was contributed by Tammy Powley

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Comments

  1. As a fairly good earring maker, I love this design and its outcome.

  2. They’re alright but not really my sort of thing. But I quite like them anyway. The pictures help loads

  3. Amazing helped a lot i have a class im taking and i need to be familiar with the process and now i am so ready to go to that class and make some amazing earrings, necklaces, and bracelets. Thanks!! :) :P

  4. Nice. I want to be able to do this. I love your very simple to the point tutorial. Thanks so much.
    Gem

  5. Love i t

  6. nice just for a formal dinner!

  7. wow! its really easy!

  8. a nice, simple project. the pictures could be clearer, but otherwise i liked your instructions.

  9. I love this design! So I’m going to do this but, I’m making a charm for a charm braclet with the design! Me and my sister have speacial charm braclets. So I want ot make a charm for them!!!!!!!!!!

  10. I dont understand why people are critizing these, its perfect for the beginner, if your advanced why are you looking at beginners projects, its an example if you dont like the design you get the gist of it use other beads! in my eyes 100 percent great!

  11. It would be alot cooler if it waa brighter colors

  12. it was good help for someone but they’re ugly… sry!

  13. The earrings are pretty but they are kind of boring

  14. very easy to make look like an expencive product

  15. nice & easy thanks

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