Beaded Flora Drop Earrings
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Beaded Flora Drop Earrings

Updated 2/11/21

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Beaded Flora Drop Earrings
Beaded Flora Drop Earrings
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These Beaded Flora Drop Earrings redefine the concept of boho chic jewelry. The gorgeous seed bead pattern make these DIY earrings form into a gorgeous bedazzled flower. These handmade earrings truly add a classy twist to bohemian jewelry. Plus, these beaded earrings would be great for wearing to summer festivals, but also be fantastic for wearing all year round. Feel free to switch up the colors in the design for this piece of floral jewelry to make it more holiday friendly. No matter when or how you decide to wear these handmade earrings, you are going to look fabulous. 

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeSeed

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Bead Technique UsedStitched

Bead Project TypeEarrings

Difficulty LevelEasy

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These are so very pretty and you won't believe how ry easy they are. I have made other items from this designer and they are all fantastic. When you click on the directions to make them, it takes you to her blog. Make sure you take a look around her site. I know you will find some more.

These are just beautiful! The beaded Flora Drop Earrings how to is a great step-by-step with pictures. Making it so easy to follow and make these beautiful earrings. I so want to make these and need to go find the beads. I downloaded the free pattern and the 11 page how it is perfect.. Thank you so much for this free earring pattern.

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