DIY Easy Silver Sparkler Filigree Necklace and Earrings from eCrafty.com

Silver Filigree Jewelry from eCrafty.com
It’s time to get your sparkle on! Anne used our new lacy silver filigree beads to make this easy and festive silver necklace and earring set.  #diygifts #handmade  #beading #crafts #diy #diynecklace #etsy #diyearrings #earrings #diyjewelry #jewelrytutorial #silver #filigree   For complete instructions and clickable supplies list, read on!

materials you will need (All with Clickable Links from ecrafty.com)

How to Make It ~ necklace

DIY Silver filigree Necklace and Earrings from eCrafty.com

Necklace

  • String the filigree beads onto tiger tail.
  • Make a loop at each end of the beaded tiger tail. Put a crimp bead on the tiger tail and put the end of the tiger tail back through the crimp bead to create a small loop. Crimp.
  • Measure and cut your chain into two equal pieces. As shown the pieces are 10 inches.
  • Use a jump ring to attach a section of chain to each end of the filigree bead string.
  • Use a jump ring to attach a clasp to the chain.

Enjoy your beautiful new necklace!

How to make it – earrings

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Earrings

Stack filigree beads on 3 headpins for each earring.

Finish each headpin with a wrapped loop.

Add the headpins to the earrings by slightly opening the loop on each earring. Slip 3 bead-stacked headpins onto the loop of each earring. Close the earring loop.

Enjoy your beautiful new earrings!

All supplies mentioned below can be found at www.eCrafty.com.

Supplies with clickable links from eCrafty.com

About the Designer: Anne Strasser

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Meet Anne!  The Queen of Glue, she is the ultimate multi-tasker. She does all kinds of things for us at eCrafty.com. Writing. Creating. Blogging. Gluing things to things. More creating. Packing. Taking care of our wonderful customers, of course! When she’s not here, she’s out and about writing, creating, gluing things to things, blogging, gardening, making websites and taking care of her family.

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