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I am a fulltime homemaker to three teenagers and sole caregiver to my mum. I've been crafting wire jewelry since 2008 and have never looked back. I am passionately serious in crafting and hope ...

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Wire Wrapped Geetha Earrings Tutorial

(5) Name: 'Jewelry : Wire Wrapped Geetha Earrings Tutorial
Wire Wrapped Geetha Earrings Tutorial
Wire Wrapped Geetha Earrings Tutorial
Wire Wrapped Geetha Earrings Tutorial

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic skills/knowledge necessary.
  • This lesson teaches you to create a pair of wire wrapped inspired earrings. You will be taught how to construct the teardrop shape frame, make the "S" links, attach beads and also a pair of handforged ear hooks. The clear step-by-step photographs will guide you into completing this project.
  • You can apply this technique to any size, shape, colour beads and turn them into bracelets, pendants, etc.
  • Content & Delivery: 19 pages printable PDF file, 68 clear step-by-step pictures & instructions. File size, 2.28MB

Pattern Description:

Colourful and intricate designs of Indian jewelries in a magazine led me to create this pair of earrings. The turquoise blue and red beads goes well hand in hand with natural copper wire.

Great to wear to a function where your earrings will be the centre of attention or dress it down in a t-shirt and jeans for a casual outing.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Measurement: 6.5cm (top of ear hook) x 3cm (at it's widest part)


  • 3 types of wire - 18g, 20g & 28g
  • 2 pcs, teardrop bead measuring 17cm x 13cm
  • 10 pcs, 3mm/4mm red beads
  • 14 pcs, 3mm/4mm blue beads
  • Wire cutter, round nose plier, chain nose plier
  • A mandrel to construct the teardrop shape frame (In this project, I've used the jump ring maker)

You Will Also Need:

  • Enthusiasm & crafting passion

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