How To Make Homemade Jewelry

How To Make Homemade Jewelry

Instructions On Making Homemade Jewelry

Earrings
You Will Need
How To Make Homemade JewelryPair of Ear Wires
Head Pins
Beads
Round Pliers
Flat-Nosed Pliers
String
Wire Cutters

Instructions

Jewelry is all about creativity and when you are looking to get creative with your jewelry without really putting in too much effort, a pair of earrings is the way to go!

You can begin putting your earrings together by first picking out the right beads and the right color. The design and size of the beads totally depends on your personal sense of fashion, as does the color of the beads.

Once you have chosen your beads, you can go right ahead and slide the beads onto one of your head pins. Post doing this, you will have to use the flat-nosed pliers. The flat nosed pliers should be used to bend the head pin at a forty five degree angle. This is what will keep the earring bead in place. If you fail to do this, your earring bead will slip right off its pin.

Move on to your round nose pliers. Here, you will have to clasp your round nose pliers around the bend you made in the head pin. Once you clasp it, go ahead and bend the particular section into a loop.

Take a closer look at your earring. If you see any extra wire on the head pin, feel free to get it off. Now, take a piece of ear wire and slide it through the loop of the head pin before actually going ahead and closing it. You can repeat the series of these steps to put together the other earring.

For Beaded Necklace
you Will Need

Beads
String
Clasp

Instructions

The process of making a beaded necklace begins when you decide on the color of the string for the necklace and the color and size of the beads for the necklace.

Once you get the above mentioned variables figured out, you can cut out just as much as string as you may need for your necklace.

With this done, go right ahead and slide the beads on to the string. While doing this, you will have to make it a point to tie a knot every once in a while to prevent the beads from falling off the string.

Once you are done with beading the necklace you can tie a clasp on one end of the necklace and the hook piece on the other end of the necklace. With this your necklace is ready and more than ready to be worn.

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