Beaded Earrings Tutorial

Learn to make a beautiful, hand-beaded earring in just three simple steps—then repeat!

Beaded Earrings by Pamela Leap

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How to Make Beaded Earrings

Beaded Earrings by Pamela Leap

Materials

  • Two head pins
  • Beads and bead caps
  • Two ear wires

Tools

  • Round nose pliers
  • Wire cutters

Directions

  1. Thread beads and bead caps onto head pin.
  2. Use round nose pliers to press pin down at right angle over top bead, then use end of pliers to make loop and cut off excess pin with wire cutters.
  3. Open hanging loop of ear wire and attach beaded dangle. As you close ear wire loop, add some pressure to push the ends toward each other. Push the ends past each other a tiny bit and back again until they align perfectly (so there is no gap).
  4. Repeat to make second earring.


Earring Giveaway

(GIVEAWAY ENDED NOVEMBER 1, 2012)

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To enter this special giveaway, just answer the following question in the comments section of this post.

What is your favorite thing about fall fashion?

From cozy sweaters to chic scarves, fall fashion is in full swing. What is your favorite trend or accessory?

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Only one entry per person. Giveaway ends November 1 at 11 p.m. EST. Winners will be selected at random and announced Friday, November 2.

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  1. Thanks for entering the earring giveaway! Winners have been notified by email.


    Cassandra Orton | Web Editor
    The Saturday Evening Post

  2. Beautiful colors of the leaves, crisp cool air (great sleeping weather) and baking gingerbread and pumpkin pie. YUM 🙂

  3. We don’t really have winter here in Central Florida, but still love to get out my boots and scarves anytime the temperature drops below 60.

  4. In Arizona, we don’t have Fall, sorry to say. When I lived in Indiana, my favorite things were my sweaters.

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