Angel Earrings

Angel Earrings

Make some divine dangles to celebrate the season with this easy pattern for Angel Earrings. If you like to show your Christmas spirit in a more subtle way, these silver and crystal DIY earrings should do the trick. Hey, not all Christmas crafts have to be red and green, some can be a sparkly silver. These angelic accessories let you celebrate in style. They're so easy to make, you can craft a pair for everyone on your Christmas list.

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeCrystal, Metal

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Bead Technique UsedStrung

Bead Project TypeEarrings



  • #7728801- 6pc 10x9mm Crystazzi Satin Drop - Crystal
  • #7722401- 18pc 4mm Crystazzi Round- Crystal
  • #34708311- 12pc Silver Mixed Shape Charm
  • #34719157- 59pc Starter Pack Brt Silver
  • Round Nose Pliers #4458
  • Wire Cutters #4457


  1. Thread a head pin with the following pattern: a crystal drop, a winged heart bead, and a 4mm crystal round. Form a loop.
  2. Attach the earring wire to the loop.
  3. Repeat steps 1-2 for the matching earring.

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Wow! These have so few materials on the list that they certainly don't look expensive to make. A couple of the things on the list are tools also which means you get to use them on multiple projects which lessens their cost considerably. I also love the beautiful simplicity of the design. They shouldn't take long to create either! Thanks for sharing the inspiration!!!

This is a great idea. I love the look and the instructions are very well written. They are easy to follow. My grand daughter has just started making jewelry so I know this will be great for her too. Thank you for posting such a great project, we will both be enjoying it.

Dibbers, I found my angel wings and hearts at Walmart, but I am sure there are many places out there that sell them. I made these earrings for myself a while back, and everyone asked me where I bought them. They are a great gift idea and could make you some money in the long run.

Where did you buy these components? Linda


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