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Springtime Gypsy Earrings

By: Lorrie McCullers
Springtime Gypsy Earrings

These Springtime Gypsy Earrings feature beautiful Swarovski crystals. If you want to look good but don't have to spend a ton of money at a fancy jewelry store or boutique, beaded jewelry patterns are just what you need. These gypsy-inspired earrings bring a touch of spring to your jewelry collection with shades of purple, aqua, and light brown. The dangly embellishments will elongate your neck and really make a statement. Best of all, you can wear these earrings with any outfit at any time of year. Free jewelry patterns also make great gifts, so be sure to create an extra pair for someone you love. You can't go wrong when you create eye-catching earrings.

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Under an hour

Bead Technique Used: Chainmail/Wirework

Easy

Materials List
  • Beads by Swarovski Crystals
  • Ear wires by Cousin Corp.
  • Metal findings by Jewelry Shoppe (Hobby Lobby)
Instructions
  1. Start with a chandelier-type earring finding.
  2. For outer beads, place 3 bicone beads on a head pin.
  3. Create a loop at the top of the head pin and attach to the earring with a jump ring.
  4. Attach the rest of the crystals to your earring with jump rings.
  5. Attach earring to earwires (I didnt use a jump ring so that the earring would face forward. If you prefer your earrings to swing sideways, use a jump ring.).

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Love the simple tutorial. So pretty and can be dressed up or dressed down depending on the beads used. I am having a hard time finding the chandelier earring findings without buying a large amount at a time.Anyone know of a good website that sells them? I was wondering how to keep the earring from turning with the jump ring. Did not think about just using the wire and looping it. Thanks.

So beautiful!

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