Bloom Earrings Tutorial

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  • Bloom Earrings - DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
Allie's imagination is blossoming with ideas using the NEW Potomax Halo Bead SuperDuo! In this first Halo Bead SuperDuo design, she cradles Es-O Beads inside of the Potomax Halo Bead SuperDuos and accents it with Gekko Beads. The result is a super cute and effortless earring. Let your imagination run wild with this latest bead and jewelry making design from PotomacBeads!

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Materials Used To make The  Project

Designer's Material List

The Designer's suggested colors and materials:
  • Halo® Beads for SuperDuo® - Rose Gold, ~16 Pieces
  • Es-O Beads - Pastel Light Sapphire, ~16 Pieces
  • Gekko Beads - White Red Luster, ~16 Pieces
  • Miyuki Seed Beads 15/0 - Matte Opaque Dusty Orchid, ~8 Pieces
  • Wire Guards - Copper, ~2 Pieces
  • Earwires - Gunmetal, ~2 Pieces
  • Step-By-Step Instructions

    Spring is just around the corner with these charming Bloom Earrings. This PotomacBeads tutorial will show you how to easily make a pair for yourself using the peyote stitch and a handful of beads.
    1. Gather up the Halos, Es-O beads, Gekkos, Miyuki seed beads, wire guards and earwires.
    2. Put on eight halo beads containing Es-O beads onto the thread with a size 10 or 12 needle. Tie them into a knot. Step up from the bottom hole to the top hole of the first halo set. Add a gecko bead and sew through the next halo in line. Repeat eight times around the circle.
    3. Add a wire guard and four seed beads to the top of your Bloom earring. Reinforce by sewing through the seed beads and wire guard once more. Bring the thread back down to the beginning and tie off. Put on the earwire and you're done!
    These Bloom earrings are a great way to add a pop of color to any outfit. And they're so easy to make, you'll be able to make a whole bunch in different colors. So have fun with it and make a bunch for yourself and your friends.

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