Tokyo Earrings Tutorial



  • Tokyo Earrings - DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
In today's newest beading tutorial from PotomacBeads, Allie stacks BowTrio, QuadBow, and PieDuo Beads to make a jewelry design reminiscent of a Japanese pagoda. Named after the largest metropolitan area in the world, these Tokyo Earrings are simple to put together and will give off that cool, chic appearance of the big city!

Materials Used To make The  Project

Quick Project Steps

Looking for a simple, yet stylish way to show off your personality? Look no further than the Tokyo Earrings! These earrings are perfect for any occasion, and the black and silver color scheme makes them versatile and easy to match with any outfit.
Start by sewing up through a PieDuo from the tip to the rounded edge and through a middle hole of a QuadBow. Pick up an 11/0 and a 15/0 and thread through the middle of a BowTrio. Add another 15/0 and a wire guard, sew back through the 15/0, the BowTrio and the initial 15/0. Pick up another 11/0 and sew down the other middle hole of the QuadBow and down to the bottom of the PieDuo.
Add on a 15/0 surrounded on either side by two 11/0s and thread back up through the PieDuo. Watch the Tokyo earrings tutorial to see step-by-step directions to decorate the top of the earring.
Tie off the thread ends and burn flush with a burner and add an earwire.
These Tokyo Earrings from PotomacBeads are not only super cute, but they're also quick and easy to make. Need a fast and easy last-minute gift? These adorable earrings are sure to put a smile on the face of whoever you give them to.

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