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Enviable Green Crystal Earrings

By: Beejang from Bead Tutorial
Enviable Green Crystal Earrings
Enviable Green Crystal Earrings
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Get ready to be dazzled by these stunning Enviable Green Crystal Earrings. Perfect for St. Patrick's Day or anytime you need a touch of emerald in your ensemble, these beautiful beaded earrings are sure to wow your friends and family. In this pattern, dark moss crystals are woven together with tiny gold and opaque blue beads to create a one-of-a-kind pair of homemade earrings. Once you learn how to make earrings like these, you will want to make them in multiple colors and for every occasion.

Project Type: Make a Project

Bead Type: Crystal

Time to complete: In an evening

Bead Technique Used: Stitched

Bead Project Type: Earrings

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

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These are just gorgeous. I have been making jewelry for awhile and after reading the instructions I think I can do it. I have red hair so this color would be so pretty with it. They just look so classy and with faceted beads they will really shimmer in the lights. Thank you so much for giving me another pattern to add to my stash.

These green earrings are wicked cool! They are a perfect way to avoid pinches on St. Patrick's Day!


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