Royal Blue Dangle Earrings

Royal Blue Dangle Earrings

The process of making these earrings is presented in 12 easy to follow steps and illustrated with 41 pictures.

Important–i do not show how to oxidize (in fact if you want to oxidize your copper wire, you just have to buy liquid which oxidized silver(I use such one) and put a wire into the liquid for sometime(2 -3 minutes). But, i do not show it here. On the other hand you can use every kind of wire to create this pattern.

List of materials:
•I've used oxidized copper to create this earrings, but it can be any other wire –brass, copper, silver
•40 cm (15.74’’) of 0,6 mm wire in diameter/ 22 or 23 gauge wire - cut into 2 even pieces – 20 cm (7.87’’) each
•Around 40 cm (15.74’’) of 0,3 mm wire in diameter (28 or 29 gauge) cut into 2 even pieces – 20 cm (7.87’’) each (you will use it for wrapping the base)
•2 beads – (size – 10mm) I use blue coral.
•2 beads – (size – 6mm) – I use blue jade.
•2 copper beads (size - 3mm) – (holes should contain two 23 gauge wire!)
•2 copper beads (size – 2mm)
• 1 pair of earwires
Before you start check, if your beads have holes big enough to be able to fit two 23 gauge wire!)

List of tools
•round-nose pliers
•wire cutters
*flat nose pliers (but this one are not necessary)

Royal Blue Dangle Earrings is also included inside DIY Jewelry Making Magazine #54

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