DIY Beaded Dangle Earrings Kit
DIY Beaded Dangle Earrings Kit
DIY Beaded Dangle Earrings Kit
DIY Beaded Dangle Earrings Kit
DIY Beaded Dangle Earrings Kit

DIY Beaded Dangle Earrings Kit

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How to make DIY beaded dangle earrings in two easy steps.

Step 1: Get the wire, beads, and pliers. AKA this kit.

Step 2: Follow the instructions in our YouTube video here:

If you can tie your shoelaces, you can make these beautiful pendant earrings step by step along with Tiff! It doesn't matter if you are a first-timer or an old pro, Swarovski Crystals sparkle the same for everyone. ✨ It makes any level of work a showstopper. Plus, you don’t have to go it alone, just leave the driving to us— follow along with our instructional video. It’s online. It plays on any device with internet. ( We show you what to do wrap for wrap, with tips on wire wrapping in general. You can use your own jewelry pliers, or ours (optional).

I absolutely loooove playing with color gradients, and I’m so excited to share these craft kits for people to enjoy, with no need to invest in additional tools or supplies. Featuring 6 different colors in 5 different sizes/shapes in each kit! 🤩🌈


— Swarovski Crystals in ombre color scheme from blue to purple to clear. 6 different colors in 5 different sizes/shapes!

— Copper wire-wrapping wire

— Sterling silver ear hooks

— Optional sterling silver wire-wrapping wire

— Optional basic jewelry plier set: round-nose, chain-nose, wire cutters.

— Instructional YouTube video to follow along. ( Once you learn the basics featured in the video, you can start making all kinds of jewelry with those same techniques (like bracelets and necklaces)!

Long, dangly earrings are sometimes referred to as “Shoulder Dusters.” This term was coined during the Art Deco period; long pendant earrings were said to resemble feather dusters, and thus the playful moniker was born. 😻

This kit is intended for adults or teens under supervision, as the wires can be a bit pokey if you’re not careful. I would recommend working on a sturdy surface or placing beads on a small dish so that you don’t lose any pieces if you bump the table. If you own cats, try not to draw their attention because you’ll have trouble keeping them away. 😸

DISCLAIMER: The release of these craft kits does not in any way endorse the copying of our other designs. You may use the physical product contained in these kits however you like, but reproduction of instructional text, video, or photos for commercial purposes is prohibited.