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Make your own supply of gift earrings with this bead and wire wrap pattern! Here are a few of my favorites:
This earring design will inspire your inner creativity to use different bead shapes and sizes. Once you learn how to make these earrings you will want to change up the style by using round, square, bicone or drop beads in your designs. Use pearls for elegance, turquoise for casual, fire agate for bold! Need a shorter earring length? The last photo shows the design with one less bugle bead.
This is my own original design. In this tutorial I illustrate step by step, with close up photos, how to create your own Spinner Earrings. This tutorial is suitable for a beginner who has practice making loops.
In this tutorial the supply list is as follows:
-Approx. 15 inches of 20 or 22 gauge wire
-8mm round beads
-11/0 round seed beads
-9mm bugle beads
-4mm fire polished rounds
You will also need two tools:
-groovy looping pliers
Check out my other tutorials http://www.etsy.com/shop/onebeadtwobead?section_id=6885178
Permissions: Please do not share, copy or distribute the contents of the tutorial. You MAY sell your earrings to celebrate your success. Enjoy!
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******How to Care For Jewelry with Beaded Beads *****
My beaded jewelry can be worn every day. I condition the thread with wax to ensure the utmost strength and durability. Please do not swim or bathe while wearing these beads and remember they are made of glass.
Many of my designs have silver connections. If you wish to clean your silver back to a shine, please do not submerge the piece in jewelry cleaner. Use a cotton swab to clean around the beaded beads. When possible, clean with a silver polishing cloth. It takes a little longer, but the results will be the same.