Summary: These earring making instructions are about the best and quickest way on how to make chain earrings; do it yourself.
Date : Aug 09, 2012
Chain earring spread over the world, and become popular in every corner. Just several beads, a piece of chain and few tools can help you to make a pair of pretty amazing earrings. Why are you still lingering around the earring stores, hesitating whether to buy the expensive luxury or not. This time I will offer you one of the most useful earring making instructions on how to make chain earrings at home. Just follow.
Materials needed in this earring making instructions:
Round Faceted Glass Bead
Abacus Faceted Glass Bead
Imitation Pearl-style Acrylic Bead
Brass Rhinestone Bead
Brass Ball Post Earstud
Brass Alloy Finding
Silver-color Iron Eyepin
Tools needed in this earring making instructions:
Side Cutting Plier
Round Nose Plier
How to make chain earrings?
Step1: Make the main part of the chain earring
Firstly, string the beads with Eyepin, the order is: Abacus Faceted Glass Bead*1, Brass Rhinestone Bead*1, Round Faceted Glass Bead*1, Brass Rhinestone Bead*1, Abacus Faceted Glass Bead*1.
Secondly, string the imitation Pearl-style Acrylic Bead with eyepins and make loop at the other end with the Round Nose Plier.
Thirdly, cut out two 10mm long chain parts and connect them with the pearl part as the picture show.
Step2: Make the outline of the chain earring
Cut out another section chain, about 80mm long. Next, add the chain at 20mm position on each tip, and the above are the main processes of the chain earring.
At last, attach the Brass Ball Post Earstud to the chain earring with using the jumping.
The chain earrings are done. Now you can take this pair to show off before your friends and tell them this pair is a fantastic art work, because it is made totally by yourself. And if they are also interested in, you can share this earring making instructions about how to make chain earrings with glass beads and acrylic beads out. I don’t mind, because I like sharing.
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