Wire Wrapped Dangle Earrings for Valentine’s Day

Hello guys! Good day! Today I’m going to share you a tutorial on how to DIY a pair of dangle earrings with jewelry wire and polymer clay rose beads. I think these earrings are great for the coming Valentine’s Day, hope you guys like them ^_^

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Jewelry making supplies you’ll need to make these dangle earrings:
Red polymer clay rose beads
1.5mm silvery aluminum wire
Silvery earring hooks
Round nose plier
Flat nose plier
Wire cutter

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Step 1: Wrap the wire.
1st, cut 50cm aluminum wire, make a loop at the 3/5 position.
2nd, slide a rose bead onto the shorter wire, drag the longer wire beneath the rose bead and wrap it around the shorter wire 1-2 times.
3rd, bend the longer wire leftward and wrap the shorter wire rightward to make an outer circle.
4th, wrap the longer wire in the same way to make the inner circle.
5th, wrap the longer wire around the top loop and cut off extra wire.
6th, wrap the shorter wire beneath the top loop and coil it around both wires three times and cut off extra wire.

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Step 2: Finish the wire earrings by adding earring hooks.
Open the loop of an earring hook and add it to the top loop of the wire pattern. Then, you just need to make another earring.

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And here comes the final look!

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They are so cute right? Maybe my description is a little bit complicated, but it’s not difficult at all to make such adorable rose beaded dangle earrings. If you are a jewelry fan/maker, you shall have a try! Happy crafting~

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