Catch the Wave Earrings Tutorial



  • Catch the Wave reversible Earrings - DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
Surf's up with Allie's newest tutorial - Catch the Wave Reversible Earrings. One side features a wave pattern made with ZoliDuos, Tubelets and Miyuki Seed Beads. The flip side shows off a little sparkle with a Potomac Crystal 18mm Rivoli in a simple Tubelet netting. This tutorial would be excellent for beaders looking for a project that is quick to make.

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Do you like the ocean? The sound of waves crashing against the shore? The smell of salt in the air? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you'll love our Catch the Wave Reversible Earrings! These earrings feature a wave pattern on one side and a little sparkle on the other, thanks to a Potomac Crystal. They're quick and easy to make, so you can enjoy the beach all summer long!
Gather up your ZoliDuos, Tubelets, Miyuki seed beads and Potomac crystal. You may want to sort out your ZoliDuos into two piles to keep the left and right version seperate.
Follow along with Allie in the Catch the Wave earrings tutorial to learn any tips used when creating your project. You will be beading the wave side of the earring first and then adding the Potomac crystal.
You could choose to decorate the interior of the crystal side with seed beads if you like. This is a beautiful component piece that can be worn with either side featured, or as a bracelet or pendant.
If you're looking for some amazing jewelry that will make heads turn, look no further than the Catch the Wave Earrings from PotomacBeads. These earrings are truly unique, and are perfect for any occasion. Whether you're looking for a new addition to your collection, or a gift for a special someone, these earrings are sure to please. The Catch the Wave Earrings are reversible, so you can wear them two ways. Whether you're looking for a night out on the town, or a casual day at the office, these earrings are sure to make a statement.

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