Thursday, September 10, 2015

Wooden Bead Dangle Earrings

Wooden Bead Dangle Earrings
 I love dangle earrings. The problem is that sometimes they can get heavy. I was excited when I had the chance to try out these colorful wooden beads.  One nice thing about wooden beads is that they're lightweight, which makes them perfect to use on earrings. These wooden beads have been dyed  in fun summer colors.

How to Make Wooden Bead Dangle Earrings


You will need:
wooden beads {provided by PandaHall in exchange for post - all opinions are mine}
eye pins
chain
earwires
jump rings




Wooden Bead Dangle Earrings
1 - Begin by adding the wooden beads to 5 eye pins. I did one with 5 beads, two with 4 beads and 2 with 3 beads.

2 - Cut 6 pieces of chain 1 inch long.

3 - Attach small jump ring to two of the pieces of chain. These will be the outer chains and they will connect to the loops of the eyepin.

4 - Add the beads and chain alternating onto an eyepin, starting and ending with beads. {You will have the two chains with the jump rings remaining}

5 - Form a loop at the other end of the eye pin.

6 -  Attach the remaining chain to the loops in the eyepin.

7 - Attach the loose end of each chain piece to a large jump ring, along with an earwire.

8 - Repeat with other earring.

Wooden Bead Dangle Earrings

Hope you enjoyed this earring tutorial.


A few more of my earring tutorials: 




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