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Chain Dangle Earrings

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Light, slim & delicate, these earrings from The Bead Studio are a hit! Go classic with pearls or sparkle with crystals, a great valentine’s gift to give to yourself!

 

Chain Dangle Finished Product

Materials:

  • 1 pair sterling earwires
  • 2 – 2 1/4” pieces sterling chain
  • 14 sterling headpins
  • 12 4mm beads
  • 2 6mm beads

 

Instructions:

  1. Attach chain to earwire by opening loop gently to the side, slip a link of chain in, then close. I like to hang the chain at different lengths, about ¾” – 1” on one side and 1 ¼” – 1 ½” on the other side.

    Chain Dangle Step 1
     
  2. Add beads to the headpins and make loops over each bead. (Follow the instructions for basic earring for how-to on making loops.)

    Chain Dangle Step 2
     
  3. Add the two 6mm beads to the end of the longest chain.

    Chain Dangle Step 3
     
  4. Add 4mm beads to the end of the shorter chain and then about every ¼” up each side and you are done!

    Chain Dangle Step 4


 

 

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How can something this cute be this easy? I have just started making jewelry and just started using chain and I love it. I have made earrings with bead on bottom but never thought to add the beads going up. I am making to my list of earrings for mom for Mother's Day. Anyone else making this for gift?

Do you have DVDS, about different sets of jewelry? If you do I sure would like to buy some. Thank you Joyce wilson

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