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How To Make: Classy Antique Beaded Earrings
Materials: 8 inches of 20 gauge copper wire cut into 2 even pieces, 24 inches of 28 gauge copper wire cut into 2 even piec...
Tools: Round Nose Pliers, Wire Cutters
Step 1: Cut your wires. Take one of them and bend it in the middle as shown in the photo in order to create arc shape
Step 2: Wrap one wire around the other to close the drop shape, then trim wire which is left
Step 3: Bend wire into the hook shape and close the final loop (you can trim wire if it's too long). Repeat first 3 steps ...
Step 4: Take thin wire, insert the bead onto it then attach it to the base by wrapping wire around it, then insert another...
Step 5: Trim all wires which are left after attaching all the beads
Step 6: Repeat steps 5 and 6 with second wire to create second earring, then attach earwires to the earrings. Now they are...
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How to Make Classy Antique Beaded Earrings DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial

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How to Make Classy Antique Beaded Earrings DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial

  1. 1. How To Make: Classy Antique Beaded Earrings
  2. 2. Materials: 8 inches of 20 gauge copper wire cut into 2 even pieces, 24 inches of 28 gauge copper wire cut into 2 even pieces, 10 green quartz beads - size 5 mm, 10 golden hematite beads - size 3 mm, pair of earwires
  3. 3. Tools: Round Nose Pliers, Wire Cutters
  4. 4. Step 1: Cut your wires. Take one of them and bend it in the middle as shown in the photo in order to create arc shape
  5. 5. Step 2: Wrap one wire around the other to close the drop shape, then trim wire which is left
  6. 6. Step 3: Bend wire into the hook shape and close the final loop (you can trim wire if it's too long). Repeat first 3 steps to create identical base earring
  7. 7. Step 4: Take thin wire, insert the bead onto it then attach it to the base by wrapping wire around it, then insert another bead, and wrap wire around the base. Repeat this step with the rest of the beads
  8. 8. Step 5: Trim all wires which are left after attaching all the beads
  9. 9. Step 6: Repeat steps 5 and 6 with second wire to create second earring, then attach earwires to the earrings. Now they are ready to wear!

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