FREE Crystal & Silver Ball Dangling Earrings Tutorial

Here’s a jewelry making idea from Reem! Create a dangling earring using chains and this is one of the many ways how to use chains. The design is limitless. You can attach as many chains and beads you like and make it long or short. You can also use different sizes of beads. The tutorial will teach you the basic way of linking components, a simple but essential technique in creating wire jewelry.

Crystal & Silver Ball Dangling Earrings

Let’s try and make the dangling earrings in 3 simple steps!

Materials and tools:
Eye pins
Jump rings
2 x 0.6 dia Silver balls
2 x 1.2cm dia crystal beads
6 Silver Flat back beads
2 Ear wires
Round nose pliers
Flat nose pliers
Wire cutter

Step 1: Cut 3 chains in 2 different lengths and hook them into an eye pin.

Step 2: Slide in a crystal followed by a silver bead into the eye pin and create a loop at the end. Attach your ear wire.

Step 3: Open a jump ring and hook into the silver flat back bead then attach to the chain. Do the same for the rest of the chains.

You’re done!

More pictures are included in the PDF copy we’ve prepared that you can DOWNLOAD FOR FREE AT DIYLESSONS.ORG.

By the way, feel free to visit our Directory for Free Wire Jewelry Lessons that we have compiled. You’ll find helpful links for all FREE PDF copies or video lessons for beginners, intermediate and advanced. The Directory is updated every now and then whenever new free tutorials are created.


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