To make double drop earrings at home, you will need fishhook earring findings, head pins, 5mm jump rings, beads, and some pliers. Learn how to craft custom double drop earrings by watching this video jewelry-making tutorial.
This video is a great guide on how to make simple drop earrings. Make simple drop earrings. Click through to watch this video on videojug.com
Here's a 'How To Make' video for a pair of classy freshwater pearl earrings. For this project you will need some earring findings, jump rings, coin pearls, eye pins, head pins, and pearls. Learn how to craft these coin pearl drop earrings by watching this video jewelry-making ...more
Improve your jewelry making technique, watch this video and learn how to make you own earrings using CZ gem drops.
Interested in crafting your own jewelry? How about a pair of drop earrings? With this free DIY guide, you'll learn how to make a pair of simple but nevertheless elegant drop (also known as pendant) earrings. For a detailed, step-by-step overview of the earring making process, ...more
Add a new pair of earrings to your collection, by making them yourself! In this video Stari Girl teaches how to make a pair of simple drop earrings and what supplies you will need. Also learn how to close the headpin on any type of earring finding.
Watch this video to learn how to make cluster drop earrings.
TheCreativeJeweler teaches you how to create a pair of two teared crystal drop earrings using findings, headpins (can be any type you want, or if you want to make your own) and crystals. You take your headpin and put a 6mm Swarovski crystal bead, a 3mm silver bead, a 4mm Swaro ...more
We've always had the impression that the only women who wear pearls are those who also own McMansions and tie cable knit sweaters around their shoulders at yacht club soirees. But now that we've seen this jewelry craft - a pair of chunky blue green glass pearl earrings - we're ...more
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a simple pair of earrings. This craft only takes a minute to do. The materials required to make these earrings are: 2 large beads, 2 medium beads, 4 small beads, 2 seed beads, 2 earring pins, 2 earring hooks and pliers. Put the ...more
In order to make this your going to need buttons (as many as you want depending on how you want it to look), some hook earrings, jump rings and a flat nose pliers. Take the buttons you wish to use, and open the jump ring with your flat nose pliers. Take another button and do t ...more
In this video tutorial, viewers will learn how to make two pairs of simple earrings. The video provides all the materials required to make the earrings. The materials required include: freshwater pearl disk, 4 mm Swarovski crystal, bally bead accent, 2 mm silver bead, head pin ...more
To make a hippie-style, roach feather hair clip, you will need to gather the following supplies. Craft feathers Leather cord Wooden beads with large center hole Floral tape Alligator clip with opening on end Scissors Pliers Hot glue gun To begin, cut your leather cord into t ...more
What is the absolute, most basic thing you need to know in order to asemble an earring? Attaching the earring to its earring hook, of course. By learning how to do this, you'll be able to create a neverending host of funky earrings, from cool guitar pick earrings to drop penda ...more
The hottest outfits you could rock at a party or gala is a strapless dress. In order to keep that strapless dress up, you probably need a bit of cleavage, but what else can be done to make sure it looks right and works? The key to looking sexy in a strapless frock? A flawless ...more
Weeks before the music video for Nicki Minaj's Sir Mix-a-Lot-sampled single “Anaconda” dropped, an internet frenzy was sparked thanks to the help of an extremely racy cover image, several promo pictures with her "dancing" with label-mate Drake, and a teaser clip that showed Ni ...more
Good day! This post will be about cleaning your favorite jewellery. You have to take good care of your treasure, especially if it belonged to your ancestors. And, if it's worth a lot, so much you would not trade it for anything in the world, if possible. Keep it safe in your j ...more
Other than sticking your crayon drawings onto your refrigerator door, magnets have a variety of unexpected and sometimes surprisingly practical uses, ranging from keeping your chip bags sealed to creating weird patterns on your nail beds using magnetic nail polish. The strong ...more