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Colourful Wire Earring

Published: 26th January 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th January 2015 03:51 AM   |  A+A-

Things you need

  •      A 22 gauge wire
  •      Thread
  •      beads
  •      Chain
  •      Jump ring
  •      Hooks
  •      Nose plier and cutter

THINGS-YOU-NEED.jpgHow to do it

Step 1:  Cut two wires of 2.5 inch and two of 3.9 inch. Using the nose plier, make a loop on both ends of all four wires. Using your fingers bend, the wire into a 'U' shape. Once done just keep wires together and check if the shape looks similar. And keep one small piece and the big piece together and check if the gap between both the loops are same.

earring.jpgStep 2: Wind the thread around the wire. To wind the thread, first tie a knot. Then take one end of the wire first over the wire. Then take it out from below the wire to form a knot. After every four knots, pass a bead and knot it. Keep repeating the process till the end.

earring2.jpgStep 3: Once all the wires are covered in thread, use the big bead and tie it to the center of the wire using a thread.

earring3.jpgStep 4: Take a jump ring and pass one end of both big and small wires and one end of the chain. Using another jump ring, link the big and small wires and the other end of chain.

Step 5: Eyeball the center of the chain and put the earring hook to it.



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