How to Make Wire Wrapped Christmas Tree Earrings With Glass Pearl Bead




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Need some Christmas jewelry design ideas? This Pandahall article will show you how to make a pair of easy and personalized Christmas tree earrings. Hope you can enjoy it.

Step 1: Materials and Tools Needed in DIY This Pair of Christmas Dangle Earrings:

1.5mm Green Aluminum Wire

Iron Earring Hooks

8mm Glass Pearl Beads

Needle Nose Pliers

Round Nose Pliers

Diagonal Pliers

Step 2: Make the Christmas Tree Patterns

1st, draw a shape of Christmas tree on the paper like picture shows;

2nd, cut a piece of long enough aluminum wire and twist it according to the shape of the Christmas tree as picture shows;

3rd, slide a 8mm glass pearl bead to the wire and cut the end of it.

Step 3: ​Finish This Pair of Red Bead Drop Earrings

1st, wrap the the last part of the wire to form a circle as picture shows;

2nd, attach a earring hook to the top of the wire wrapped patterns;

3rd, repeat the same ways to complete the other one of these wire wrapped earrings.

Step 4: Let's Appreciate the Final Look of This Pair of Christmas Dangle Earrings.

Do you like these Christmas tree earrings? As for me, this pair of Christmas dangle earrings are very practical and good for the coming Christmas. Because they just need few materials and little time to make. Most importantly, they are very chic and perfect accord with the Christmas theme. Do you think so? If you wanna make such style of Christmas earrings by yourself, just have a nice try. Do not forget to share your designs with me. Have a good time~



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    5 Discussions


    2 years ago

    Pretty! I like Christmas Tree designs! Thanks!


    2 years ago

    Good one thanks. Merry christmas


    2 years ago

    They are so beautiful and looks easy to make. Keep up the good work!


    2 years ago

    Love em, I may make these for my daughter

    1 reply

    Reply 2 years ago

    Great idea, your daughter will love them:)