Awaken Earrings Tutorial



  • Awaken Earrings - DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
Have you caught on to the summer fashion of mixing metals in jewelry designs?!? You can excite the artist within you and do just that with designer Anna Tonnesen's NEW Awaken Earrings! This refined design adorns Halo® Beads for Diamond Shapes with Miyuki 11/0 Seed Beads. Then, choose your favorite color and add a 6mm Potomac Crystal Disco Ball to the top of the component for a pop of color you'll wear all summer long!

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If you’re looking for a way to add some excitement to your jewelry designs, why not try mixing metals? With designer Anna Tonnesen’s Awaken Earrings, you can do just that! This refined design features Halo® Beads for Diamond Shapes accented with Miyuki 11/0 Seed Beads. Choose your favorite color for a pop of color you’ll love to wear all summer long!

Gather up your Halos, seed beads, disco balls, white thread and size 12 needle.

Begin with a stop bead on about 4 feet of thread. Follow along with our step-by-step Awaken earrings tutorial.

Tie your thread ends together and attach the earwire. You can add a silky bead in the middle for a different look.

It's a great time to start fresh and awaken your senses. One way to do this is by wearing earrings that make you feel alive and vibrant. The awaken earrings from PotomacBeads are perfect for adding a touch of energy to your look.

These earrings feature a center halo that is surrounded by smaller beads. The combination of colors and textures makes these earrings really stand out. You can wear them with any outfit, whether you're going for a casual look or something more dressy.

The best part about these earrings is that they are so versatile. You can easily switch up the look by changing the center bead. Experiment with different colors and textures to create a look that is truly your own.

Enjoy using this jewelry-making bead tutorial video to help you become a more creative and happier beader!"

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