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Icicle Earrings

By: Catherine Fox

Want effortless winter style? Adorn your ears with icicle inspired earrings, made using these earring beading patterns. Our video tutorial will walk you through the process.


  • White bugle beads
  • White fringe beads
  • Two earwires
  • Crimp beads
  • Crimp covers
  • .014” diameter beading wire
  • Crimping pliers
  • Wire cutters
  • A ruler


  1. Measure and cut two 8” lengths of wire.
  2. Thread a length of wire in an earwire loop. Center the earwire on the wire. String a crimp bead on both strands of the wire and pull the crimp bead close to the earwire.
  3. String your beads on one strand of wire in this order: a bugle bead, a fringe bead, a bugle bead, a fringe bead, two bugle beads, and a fringe bead.
  4. Now thread the wire end back through your beads including the crimp bead, but skipping the last fringe bead you strung on.
  5. Working on the other strand of wire, string on your beads in this order: two bugle beads, a fringe bead, a bugle bead, and a fringe bead.
  6. Like before, thread your wire end back through your beads including the crimp bead, but skipping the last fringe bead you strung on.
  7. Adjust your strands and crimp bead so that you will allow enough room for your crimping pliers. Crimp your crimp bead, trim the wire ends, and secure your crimp cover to your crimped crimp bead.
  8. Repeat steps 2-6 for other earring.

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I dont really like Video directions , but i do see that they help some people I just wish they would have a option to have writen directions , and always have a pic of the finished project... because as it is ... the project sounds intresting . however ... ihave to watch the video to see if i even like the finished project

@MissPatti, The video is on this site. It is right above the "Materials" list. You will see an image of a woman's hands with teal blue fingernail polish. Click on the button in the middle of the image that has a small triangle on it. This is the "play" button. Once you click the play button, the video should begin playing. Please make sure your volume is turned up so you can hear! I hope this helps! --Editor of FaveCrafts

Once again, where's the video? Very annoying.


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