Beaded Candy Stick Earrings Tutorial

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Beaded Candy Stick Earrings Tutorial Pattern

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Jewelry: Beaded Candy Stick Earrings Tutorial
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Jewelry

Type:

Earrings

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • secure your beadwork with a knot

Pattern Description:

In this tutorial you'll learn how to weave a sweet pair of beaded candy stick earrings with crystals, pearls and seed beads. Beading is made easy with these step-by-step instructions and full color illustrations.

These long, sugary sweet earrings are made to swing and sway uncontrollably as you move. The candy stick itself is about an inch long. All you need are some 4 mm crystals and pearls with a handful of seed beads to mimic those colorful, sticky, totally irresistible candies which you love to chew on.

** Kindly note that the instructions will show you the details of making the candy stick while the assembly of the earrings will only be briefly mentioned - without any details of the wirework involved. Simple prior knowledge of making a wrapped loop using wire is necessary for the assembly.

You will receive the tutorial in PDF readable format. File size is about 500 KB.

Please do not distribute, sell or reproduce this tutorial in any form.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • candy stick length about 1 inch

Materials:

  • 4 mm Pink Crystal Bicones 6 pc
  • 4 mm Yellow Crystal Bicones 4 pc
  • 4 mm White Pearl beads 8 pc
  • 1.5 mm(11/0) Blue Glass Seed Beads 34 pc
  • Earwires 1 set
  • 6-8 different lengths of chain
  • 26ga half hard Craft Wire (7 cm x 2 pc)
  • Round-nosed pliers and flat-nosed pliers
  • 0.30mm Nylon String (50 cm x 2 pc)

You Will Also Need:

  • scissors

About Designer

About Designer

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Always captivated by the sparkle of jewelry. Curious to know how to make them. Especially love the soft sheen of pearls. Perhaps it's because part of my name is in it. Started to learn beading skills and now deeply in love with it. Please let me share this joy with you.

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