Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Blue Bead Dangle Earrings Tutorial

 Blue Bead Dangle Earrings


Happy Tuesday Everyone!
Yahoo! I'm off today, the weather is great and I'm munching some butsi with my kids right now. It is not fun to separate this tiny little beads at all. So, I'll make sure that it stay organized the way I wanted and keep my kids busy eating butsi while I'll make beaded earrings ..:)
Anyways, talking about beaded earrings, I made a  Blue Bead Dangle Earrings!!! wohoo! I'm so excited about this earrings. I never make any thing like this before and it doesn't stop me from doing so, Why? It is super easy to make, Promise! I even surprised myself..(hahah) and its so CUTE!
 All you need to have is beads- any kind whatever you have on hand, jewelry pliers, headpins, ear wire. I have a super easy tutorial below to give you some idea on how to make them, OR you can watch some videos on Youtube. The idea here is, as long as you know how to tie the wire you are good to go. Just simply connect everything with jump rings. Isn't exciting?  I would recommend giving it a try and it would be fun to make this dangle earrings with your friends. Just be creative and combine your favorite colors. Ready to get started? Check out my super easy tutorial below..:) wink!


Materials needed:
(6) Blue round beads
(6) White E beads
(12) Mint green E beads
(6) Sky Blue Bi-cone  beads
Jump rings- I used 6 pieces 4mm
Split rings- optional you can just used jump rings
(12) Headpins
(2) Ear wire
Chain nose and Round nose pliers and Flush/Wire cutter

Procedures:
1.) Slide the Blue round beads on the head pins.
2.) Using round nose pliers, Hold and headpins about an inch or so enough to twist the wire and create three loops. Do this method until all 6 is done. You can totally make more if want too..:)
3.) Same process with the blue round beads. Slide the Mint green E beads onto the headpins, then the sky blue bi-cone and the White E beads.
4.) Using round nose pliers about an inch or so twist the wire create a loops. It also help the beads secured. Do this method until everything is done. You can do this process with other kind of beads also:)
5.) Using Chain and Nose pliers. Add the jump rings into the Dangle beads. Keep adding the jump rings and the dangle beads until you connect all 3 jump rings.
6.) Make sure that they all the dangle beads are connected with the jump rings.
7.) Add the split rings or jump rings on both earrings.
8.) Using chain and round nose pliers add the ear wire on both earrings.
9.) DONE! Perfect for this coming spring. You can totally make any kinds of beads and make as many as you want.

Until next time everyone! I hope you get inspired with my easy dangle earrings tutorial. Make it something cute, fun and festive and just be creative!. See you in few days for more simple and easy beaded moments... wink:)

xoxoxox- Melgie
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47 comments:

  1. great tutorial...wanna follow each other on fb & gfc

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  2. the earrings are beautiful! It's nice that you can make your own earrings. I know I am not talented when it comes to this one. :D

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  3. Really beautiful earings.. you are so talented making your own earings.

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  4. Another evidence of your creativity :) It's beautiful, I especially like the color.

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  5. Looks easy to do but I'm sure it's quite complex, hahaha! Are you selling those to friends? It could be the start of a business. :)

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    1. I haven't tried selling them yet but I'm hoping I can turn this hobby into a potential business forward. Thank you, Sis:)

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  6. I will buy those raw materials once we go to Divisoria. I missed doing accessories e. Maybe I can sell them too hehe. By the way that's a nice and neat tutorial.

    Mommy Maye
    www.momaye.com

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    1. Thank you, Maye! That's great we can be beaded buddies:)

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  7. They are cool!!! I hope I can make one someday.

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    1. You will, its super easy to make!:) Thank you:)

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  8. That is a nice pair of earrings.. I'm thinking of doing the same but using crystals.. hmmm soon..

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    1. That's great idea, Sis. I can't wait to see it:) Thanks!

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  9. Very nice earrings, although, I can't wear that since my left earhole is stretched. I am imagining your craft for our decorated bras for the CMZ B.R.A. Campaign!

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    1. Thank you! I think putting beaded on B.R.A. is amazing:)

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    2. We are amazed by the beads and other embellishments on the bras! I could imagine you would have the time of your life in the workshop since you are already so talented! Since the workshop was fun, even the less talented were inspired!

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  10. Yikes, 9 steps to create those earings. Ang dami pala. I thought it'll just take like 3 or 4.

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    1. You can do it 3-4 lang Sis If you wanna do it like cluster earrings. I added few beads size kaya naging 9 but the pattern is the same. Thanks!

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  11. wow got into earrings now huh what else you can't do, ikaw na melgie as in.

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    1. Thanks Dai, something new other than bracelets:)

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  12. Cute earrings. Mommy and I actually do some beadworks too. We used to give it as Christmas gift.

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  13. wow, ang kikay naman nito, hihi. you are really very creative, sis. tama, you can turn this hobby into a business one day. :-)

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  14. Wow! I never knew you were good in crafts, pinabilib mo talaga ako today sis since it's my first to drop by in this blog. Ang galing! You are so creative. Keep it up! =)

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    1. Your so sweet, Kristine. Thank you! I love doing it from time to time if may time..:)

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  15. I think your favorite color is blue! I love powder blue, too. One of my daughters is into crafts like beads, polymer clay and sewing, too.

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    1. It is one of my favorite.. Same pla kami ng daughter except sa polymer clay and sewing.:) Thanks!

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  16. You really have great skills in DIYs. I wonder where do you purchased your materials?

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    1. I usually buy my materials at walmart, michaels and meijer :)Thanks!

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  17. wow that is really informative you could make it as a business since you are good with what you do.

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    1. I'm thinking about it, for now hobby hobby lang muna..:) tsaka more practice na din:) Thanks!

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  18. i want to learn how to make my own accessories too hehe :) i hope learn on my free time :)

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    1. It is so simple, I'm sure you are and you are very creative:)

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  19. I love it! It's something I would wear any day (given that my toddler wouldn't grab at them haha). Great job! (Plus you're munching on butsi. How awesome is that? :D)

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    1. Thank you! Toddlers tend to grab some stuff but just extra careful when wearing them. Thanks!:)

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  20. I just noticed, you're collecting materials and tools pala talaga for this hobby noh? you are really very much into it. I'm sure when your darling daughter grows up a little bit pa, she'd be wearing one of your creations, too. :-)

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    1. I do collect the beads, when it comes to tools I only have 3 I think yung pang basic lang. She love to wear it.;)

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  21. You are organized. It helps to have containers for the beads because it is easier to plan the design of your earrings. Nice combination, btw.

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  22. That soft blue is one of my favorite colors. Plus, I love the style of the dangle earrings as a bunch group if stones... beautiful.

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  23. I wish I could wear just any kind of earrings, but my ears are super sensitive. I dunno why!

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    1. Ohh noh! It's ok there's a lot of earrings naman for sensitive ears.:)

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Thank you so much for all your comments..:)

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