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Bugle Beads Earrings

By: Daisy Den from beebeecraft.com
Bugle Beads Earrings
Bugle Beads Earrings

"Are you cool earrings fans? If not, just follow me to see this Beebeecraft tutorial on how to make seed beads triangle earrings with bugle beads. Maybe most of you jewelry making lovers have designed seed beads earrings before, and today I will share you a cool project about how to make seed beads fan earrings with bugle beads. It sounds interesting, right? Now, let’s see how to make them in detail together, you will feel much interested."

NotesAfter seeing the Beebeecraft tutorials, do you also want to try the simple earrings? If yes, you are supposed to gather the materials, and all the materials can be found on Beebeecraft, then follow this tutorial to make your own one. 

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeSeed

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Bead Technique UsedGlass Beadmaking

Bead Project TypeEarrings

Easy

Materials List

  • 15-17 x 1.5-2mm Mixed Color Glass Bugle Beads
  • 0.5mm Benecreat golden Copper Jewelry Wire
  • 6mm Mixed Color Natural Mashan Jade Beads Strands
  • Pandahall Elite Golden Iron Earring Hooks
  • 4mm Pandahall Elite Mixed Color Glass Seed Beads

Instructions

  1. Cut off a piece of 0.5mm jewelry wire, then slide a orange bugle beads, a green glass seed bead, a dark red bugle beads, a black seed bead, then another orange bugle beads onto the wire to a triangle shape (as shown in the picture);

  2. Twist the two ends of the wire together like the picture;

  3. Slide a dark red bugle bead, a black seed bead and a orange bugle bead onto one end of the wire, and one green seed bead and another orange bugle bead onto another end of the wire;

  4. Twist the second triangle as the picture shown.

  5. Slide a dark red bugle bead, a white seed bead and a orange bugle bead onto one end of the wire, and one black seed bead and another orange bugle bead onto another end of the wire;

  6. Twist the 2 ends of the wire to a triangle and twist the 2 ends of the wire together;

  7. Slide a mashan jade bead, then twist all the wires together and make a loop at the top.

  8. Add the earring hook onto the loop and do another in the same ways;

  9. Now, this bugle beads dangle earrings have been finished.

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What a cute idea. It's such a simple yet cute design. It really couldn't get any easier. Imagine doing this with black bugle beads and silver round beads. It would be a very dressy pair. And why stop with triangular shapes. A square would work just as well. Thanks for sharing this one.

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