Piccadilly Drop Earrings
These Piccadilly Drop Earrings are so simply chic, you'll wonder why you never thought to make them before! This tutorial will show you how to create earrings based on a design sold at Anthropologie, but for much less than the original price. These would make a lovely gift for a friend (or a nice way to treat yourself!). Try mixing two different colored beads for a fun variation on this sophisticated earring design.
Project TypeMake a Project
Bead TypeCrystal, Miscellaneous
Time to CompleteUnder an hour
Bead Technique UsedChainmail/Wirework
Bead Project TypeEarrings
A gorgeous pair of earrings makes a stunning statement. A stylish lady can never have enough earrings, which is why we put together this collection ofHow to Make Earrings: 60+ DIY Earrings
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Jul 19, 2017
Want a pretty easy but different to take your jewelry making earrings to the next level them just beads then why not try these piccadilly drop earrings. These are so simple and very cute. I love that if you want you can make one loop the two or even three. It is up to you. I can see these done with different color of drop beads too. Got that person that loves jewelry than make some for gifts. Thanks for the great tutorial.
Jul 18, 2017
Very pretty and very easy to make. I have so many beads, the hard part will be deciding which to use. I am thinking maybe a smaller bead in the top hoop. Or use a smaller hoop. The possibilities are running thru my mind. Thank you for the inspiration, I appreciate it very much.
Apr 14, 2016
These are gorgeous! I am going to make these for a wedding I have to go, they will match perfectly.
May 28, 2013
Love these so cute.
Mar 20, 2013
These are a lot prettier than the originals, I liked the way she did the wraps on the briolettes.
Mar 20, 2013
This is just an edit to my previous: the stones she used are "Mini Pear Xilion Pendant"-No. 6128. by Swarovski. I had thought the Xilion was limited to the bi-cone, but apparently not.
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Jan 18, 2013
i think they are beautiful,i am going to try amethes and gold that's my birthstone.
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