Sparkle Flower Earrings

Sparkle Flower Earrings

Discover a new twist on an old technique. Create your own Sparlle Flower Earrings with Toho seed beads and CZ Gem Dropz to make DIY jewelry crafts. Use the same technique to make a pin or a pendant to create a matching necklace.The beautiful design and unexpected colors make this a one-of-a-kind project. There's no need to visit a jewelry store or fancy boutique when you can create fancy jewelry right at home. In fact, you might receive orders to create homemade DIY earring ideas from super stylish friends and family members. 
 

Sparkle Flower Earrings
 

Materials:

  • 6 - 5mm round white 1-hole CZ-Gem Dropz
  • 11/0 Galvanized aqua Toho seed beads
  • 11/0 Bronze dark bronze Toho seed beads
  • 24 gauge brown ColourCraft wire
  • 6 - small ball headpins, silver plated
  • 2 Modern ear wires, silver plated
  • Spin-N-Bead bead loader
  • Designer Ergo chain nose pliers
  • Designer Ergo cutter

 

Instructions:

  1. Cut a 3 ft. (60.96cm) length of brown ColourCraft wire.
     
  2. Pick up 10 galvanized aqua Toho seed beads.
     
  3. Twist the beads into a loop by wrapping the two wires together twice.
     
  4. Load the Spin-N-Bead with galvanized aqua Toho seed beads. Spin the bead hopper and pick up enough beads to fill the wire around the first loop. Wrap the wire around the base again.
     
  5. Now load the Spin-N-Bead hopper with dark bronze Toho seed beads to make a third loop around the base again.
     
  6. Repeat steps 3 - 5 until 5 loop clusters are complete. Arrange into a flower shape. Twist the wires together in the back. Trim excess wire, then tuck the wire end in between two petals.
     
  7. Thread the CZ Gem Dropz onto the headpins. Form the ends of the headpins into loops.
     
  8. Attach the loops to the flowers.
     
  9. Attach the ear wire to the top of the flower.
     
  10. Repeat all steps to create the second earring.

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