There is a cluster earring craze going around and there are a lot of fabulous ideas, tips and designs on making beaded earrings.
The beads used for this project are size 6/0 seed beads. Don’t you just love how flirty those earrings look? They provide a statement to any outfit whether worn during the day or night.
You can also very well incorporate some wire work techniques in you cluster.
See how many variations you can do with the technique The beads used for this project are bicone crystals and some are created with pearls, but you can also use different types of beads like glass beads. They would still work well with the wire works in making these elegant beaded earrings. Check out the tutorial HERE
On the other hand, if you want to incorporate life into the design for your beaded earring, you can use inspirations like butterflies or dragonflies would scream nature and outdoors and spring. I loved how the dragonflies were brought to life with this cluster style, Dangling Dragonfly Earrings by Prima Beads.
You can also make beaded earrings for every season, be it summer or winter, or spring and fall. Not only this but you can even make beaded earrings to suit every occasion, a valentines date maybe, or a Halloween costume party.
Let us not forget that our creative juices can save us a lot of money and even save mother earth. How? By using some recycled materials in making our beaded earrings.
Paper can actually be a substitute for beads and you won’t really be able to tell the difference. Let Copper Diem blog show you an example of the how to’s on this link: http://copperdiem.blogspot.com/2011/07/paint-chip-earrings-tutorial.html. This is just a fresh and easy idea that you can make them in any color or design that you wish.
If you want to use just about any kind of beads in making those pretty little dangling earrings try using some fuzz beads!
These clustered earrings from Jewels of Sayuri have a little bit more of that eccentric style. Safety pins are used together with the beads to make those pretty dangling beaded earrings.
Explore the design and try it HERE!
Happy jewelry making!