Bewitching Drop Earrings
Looking for a spooky Halloween DIY? Try these simple and elegant Bewitching Drop Earrings! This pair of DIY earrings can be easily made in just a few minutes, making them a perfect project for last-minute Halloween party invites. Learn how to make earrings that subtly add some witchy flair to your attire with a straightforward and easy jewelry making tutorial. It only takes a few beads and some wire wrapping techniques to create this pair of earrings. Get started on this spellbinding drop earring pattern before someone drops a house on you!
Project TypeMake a Project
Time to CompleteUnder an hour
Bead Technique UsedChainmail/Wirework
Bead Project TypeEarrings
- 2 - 2mm Jet Swarovski Elements Crystal Round Beads (02RD0101)
- 2 - 3mm Jet Swarovski Elements Crystal Round Beads (03RD0127)
- 2 - 4mm Jet Swarovski Elements Crystal Round Beads (04RD0134)
- 2 - 10mm Fern Green Unfoiled Swarovski Elements Crystal Margarita Beads (EW0956)
- 2 - 10mm Jet Unfoiled Swarovski Elements Crystal Margarita Beads (SC4655)
- 2 - 12mm Jet Swarovski Elements Crystal Artemis Beads (SC6051)
- 2 - 14mm Jet Unfoiled Swarovski Elements Crystal Cosmic Rings (SC4314)
- 1 pair - 14mm Sterling Silver Ear Wires with 2mm Bead (SS2601)
- 2 - 22 gauge Sterling Silver 3 inch Head Pins (SS2503)
- Round nose pliers
- Chain nose pliers
- Wire cutters
Place these beads in the following sequence onto one head pin, making one unit:
1 – 10mm Jet Margarita bead
1 – 14mm Jet Cosmic ring
1 – 10mm Fern Green Margarita bead
1 – 12mm Jet Artemis bead (wide end toward the previous bead)
1 – 4mm Jet round bead
1 – 3mm Jet round bead
1 – 2mm Jet round bead
Turn a simple loop at the open end of the head pin. Attach the loop just made to the loop on one ear wire.
Repeat Steps 1 – 2 for the second earring.
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May 28, 2017
Adorable and easy. That's the words I want to say when I see a project. These are so easy they can be made up very quickly. I can make a bunch for my jewelry making friends group.it won't cist much either. Thn you just trade the bottom bead for brown, the big bead for green and a gold bead on top and you have a Christmas tree. Easy peasy!
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