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Learn how to make jewellery, make these freshwater pearl and wire earrings today with Katie from www.mybeadsclub.com.
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Making your own Jewellery, Make Bead Earrings
Hello, it is Katie from “My Beads Club” and I am just going to show you today how to make this lovely wire and beads earrings, and I am also going to show you at least on how to make this matching pendant.
So first the earrings and first of all, I am going to show you how to make them look like matching. So first of all, you want to take this thin wire because this is what we are going to be bending, and it needs to be very flat full and I am definitely going to need two round nose pliers. So taking about 10 cm and what we will start to do is to do turn it in. Just to do a turn. Do another forward turn. I am going to turn it up. You can do like a zigzag really and see how it is going together. You can make these ones as short or as long as you like and bend in the wire backward and forward, so it would not be that long. Each one is unique, so you cut it as long as you want it. Okay, there we go.
I am going to do a loop up there. On the end, we are going to thread the spacer bead. I am just going to take a jump ring and attach it with real kind in. I will turn it on and cut it into half. Both of the pliers on each side and twist it, and hook them, each hook of the earrings and wire, and twist it back. There you go, one in.