Starry Night Homemade Earrings

Starry Night Homemade Earrings

Starry Night Homemade Earrings
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Day or night, you can shine bright with DIY jewelry ideas like this one. These Starry Night Homemade Earrings are pretty, practical and surprisingly easy to make. Use glass and metal beads to complete this project. The contrast between the two types of beads make this project a real standout. Homemade earrings make great gifts on a birthday or during the holiday season. Don't be afraid to add your own fun embellishments, too. The copper sheet metal used for this project gives a cool and unexpected look to the finished project. Wear your earrings with any outfit - they always look good.

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Materials List

  • Copper sheet metal 30g
  • 6 Swarovski Flatback Stars from Prima Beads
  • 2 Lampworked disc beads
  • Metal shears from MD Hobby & Craft
  • Chasing hammer
  • File
  • Liquid fusion glue from I Love to Create
  • Silver tone artistic wire 20g
  • LOS - Liver of Suplhur, baking soda and water
  • Metal sealant
  • Chain nose pliers
  • Bail forming pliers


  1. Cut out two rectangles of copper. File them smooth .

  2. Hammer the rectangles with the ball peen end of a chasing hammer to texture them.

  3. Punch holes on both short ends of the pieces. File the holes

  4. Patina the rectangles in LOS solution for 2-3 minutes. Wash, clean and dry. Polish with a cloth and seal with sealant

  5. Glue stars with liquid fusion glue. Let dry

  6. Cut two 2.5 inches lengths of wire and use them to wrap the disc beads to the bottom hole of the rectangles.

  7. Cut two 2 inches lengths of wire and curve them into earwires with a bail forming pliers. Attach them to the rectangles to complete the earrings.

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