Sedona Earrings Tutorial



  • Sedona Earrings - DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
Looking to make statement? Bridgette has you covered with Dome Beads 10x6mm as the cynosure and a beautiful blend of Blue Magnesite Turquoise Round 3mm, Super8 Beads, and Miyuki Seed Beads 15/0 surrounding. She uses the complimenting copper colors, but feel free to get creative and make these your own! Gather your materials and get started!

Materials Used To make The  Project

Designer's Material List

The Designer's suggested colors and materials:
Dome Bead - Copper 10x6, 8 pieces
Blue Magnesite Turquoise Round 3mm (substitute Czech Pearls - Comet Shiny 3mm), 72 pieces
Super8 - GT Sandalwood, 68 pieces
Miyuki Seed Beads 15/0- Galvanized Gold, ~1 gram
Antique Brass Stud Earring, 1 pair

Step-By-Step Instructions

These Sedona Earrings are inspired by the red rocks of Sedona and will have you daydreaming about all the adventures to be had. So grab your hiking boots and your earrings and head out in style.
Gather up your dome beads, gemstones round beads, super 8 beads, Miyuki seed beads and stud earring cabochon. Glue one of the dome beads onto the earring stud and set aside.
Pick up nine rounds with a super 8 in between each one. Thread back through the first round and pull into a loop. Go through the beads a second time to form a tight circle. Step up into the second hole of the super 8 and form another circle with the same pattern of nine rounds and super 8s, form into a loop. Thread through the circle and then come up through the third super 8. Make two more circles.
Watch Bridgette in the Sedona Earrings tutorial to see how to decorate the inside of the circles and bead a border around the whole project.
These Sedona Earrings are so much fun to make and really make an amazing pair of daring dangle earrings. With their bright and bold colors, they are sure to make a statement. And, they are super easy to make!

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