Geisha Earrings Tutorial



  • Geisha Earrings- DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
Elegant and demure, the Geisha Earrings use Dome Beads, seed beads and 2mm Czech glass pearls. That's it! From beginning jewelry makers to experienced beaders, this design will be great for any skill level crafter. Technique Learned: Peyote.

Materials Used To make The  Project

Designer's Material List

The Designer's suggested colors and materials:
  • Dome Beads 12x7mm - Purple Iris Gold, ~2 Pieces.
  • Czech Pearls 2mm - Sand Shiny, ~12 Pieces.
  • Miyuki Delica 11/0 - Duracoat Opaque Dyed Cactus, ~1 Gram.
  • Miyuki Seed Beads - Duracoat Galvanized Gold, ~1 Gram.
  • Earwires - Brass Handmade, ~1 Pair.
  • Wire Guards - Antique Brass, ~2 Pieces. Looking for a fun and easy project?
  • Step-By-Step Instructions

    Looking for a fun and easy project? These Geisha Earrings from PotomacBeads are perfect! With just a few materials, you can make these delicate and demure earrings. Follow the tutorial below to get started.
    Begin with a series of triangles that you will make using Herringbone and Peyote stitches. String on 4 Delicas followed by 4 seed beads and tie into a knot. Make sure you don't have any beads in the knot. Between every Delica bead you will do the Herringbone stitch with more del icas to form 4 corners. Continue to build up the sides.
    Add 2mm rounds on the corners. Let Allie guide you through the process as you watch the Geisha Earrings tutorial. Add the dome bead onto the center of the diamond shape you have created.
    Put pearl beads on the corners at the front and connect with pearl beads. Go around the dome bead a couple times to hold it in securely. Add the wireguard and earwire and you're done. Looking for a nice little design that doesn't take much time to make?
    Look no further than the Geisha Earrings from PotomacBeads! These earrings are perfect for any occasion, and they're so easy to make! PotomacBeads has everything you need to make these beautiful earrings, including the beads, findings, and instructions. So gather you r supplies and get started today!

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