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Holiday Wreath Earrings #3464

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Holiday Wreath Earrings #3464
Holiday Wreath Earrings #3464
Holiday Wreath Earrings #3464
Holiday Wreath Earrings #3464
Holiday Wreath Earrings #3464

Pattern Description:

This simple beading pattern will easily teach you how to make these festive beaded wreath earrings that are sure to delight and impress! With 96 high resolution photos and easy to follow step by step directions, you'll be decking your lobes and spreading holiday cheer in no time! This fun holiday beading pattern was created by designer Lane Landry with Beaded Seasons, mother and partner of Cara Landry of Simple Bead Patterns. Happy holiday beading!


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  • 6lb or 8lb FireLine beading thread
  • #12 long beading needle
  • Beading wire - I used .018" 7 strand nylon coated wire - but you can substitute
  • 2x2mm crimp tubes
  • 6/0 seed beads (for spine)
  • 11/0 seed beads (for greenery around wreath)
  • 4mm round beads x (4) colors (I used glass pearls and fire polished beads)
  • 3mm round beads for bow (I used fire polished beads)
  • 11/0 seed beads (to match the 3mm beads used for the bow)
  • Bead stopper spring or scotch tape
  • Ear wires
  • Crimper tool
  • Flush cutter
  • Chain nose or flat nose pliers