The Czech glass beads in these earrings are so eye-catching. Everyone will notice them!
Fossil beads from Raven's Journey draw the eye to these earrings with their cool texture and fun color. Cynthia used hibiscus flower beads and Swarovski bicones to complement these unique beauties in her earring projects. Cynthia made these earrings during a Facebook Live Jewelry Design Challenge. You can watch her make these pieces and others here.
Slide a Swarovski 6mm XILION bicone in Crystal Lilac Shadow onto a 2-inch gold-plated brass 21 gauge eye pin, followed by a Czech glass 4mm metallic suede dark forest rondelle bead, a Czech glass 7mm hibiscus flower in amethyst purple and crystal stripes with bronze finish, and another rondelle. Make a wrapped loop at the top of the beads.
Add a Czech glass 18mm golden green opaque with sage metallic finish fossil bead onto a 2-inch satin Hamilton gold-plated 20 gauge head pin and make a wrapped loop. Open the simple loop of your beaded link and attach the dangle. Close the loop.
Open the loop of the gold-filled 027 earwire and attach it to the top of the earring. Close the loop.
Repeat steps 1-3 to make the other earring.,
Fossil Earrings with V-Shaped Earwires
Add a bicone to an eye pin and make a simple loop at the top of the bead.
Add a fossil bead and a rondelle to an eye pin and attach it to your bicone beaded link by making a wrapped loop at the top of the beads.
Add a bicone to a head pin and attach it to the fossil beaded link by making a wrapped loop at the top of the bead.
Attach your dangle to a 14K/20 gold-filled flattened V-shaped earwire using a gold-filled 14k 4.30mm open jump ring.
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