Step 2: Supplies you will need:
2 eye pins 1 inch long
10 headpins 1 inch long
4 spacer bars with 3 holes
18 square beads - any colour
6 bicone beads - any colour
Step 3: Make the pendants:
With the round nose pliers, a head pin, and one bicome bead, make either a simple loop or a wrapped loop, depending on your choice or experience level.
Beginners may find it easier to make simple loops.
You need 3 pendants per earring.
A simple loop is made by holding the wire with round nose pliers approximately 5 mm above the bicone bead and wrapping the wire toward you around one prong of the pliers until it is 90*to the vertical part of the headpin. With the end cutting nippers, trim off the the excess wire where they meet. The headpin should look like the letter 'P'.
A wrapped loop is a little more difficult to get a nice uniform look. Again, hold the headpin, with the bicone bead on it, with round nose pliers, approximately 5 mm above the bead. Make a 90* bend, to make it look like the letter P as above. Instead of trimming the excess, bend the tail counter clockwise around the vertical part of the headpin, and wrap it around twice between the loop and the bead. If there is any wire left sticking out, trim it with the end cutting nippers. Carefully squeeze the tail around the wire so you don't feel the sharp end. File it if necessary.
Repeat until all 6 bicone beads are done.