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Learn how to make bead jewelry with Katie. Here she shows you how to make a simple pair of freshwater pearl earrings.
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How to Make Bead Jewelry
Hi, it’s Katie from My Beads club. And again, I’m going to show you how to make the matching pair of earrings and we’ve already showed you how to do the bracelet here on the matching necklace and this are really, really easy to make. So here we go.
So what you’ll need was one pair of earrings and a one-inch wiring, a jump ring, fresh water pearl, two spacer beads, fish hook earring finding, your flat nose pliers and your round nose pliers. And now what I’m going to do is we’re going to thread on.
First of all, we’re going to thread on the spacer bead and the fresh water pearl. You’re your other spacer bead and it kind of depend you with the fingers I use and then we went it over like that and not for a little bit too long. So I’m just going to trim unless it will take first.
Now I’m going to turn it around those pliers and do, see it around. And I close it with my flat nose pliers to look better and more secure loop. And then close one side, we need to attach these two together using the jump ring loop. We need to find that joint, let’s just secure the top. I’m using pliers on either side. Let’s open the jump rings and just twisting my knot. And to touch the earring and finding, twist them up. I’m going to hold of it, like so clip close and there we have it. And do the exactly the same for the other side.