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DIY Silver and Gold Multi Circle Earrings

Do you feel like whenever you dress up for any occasion, even if it’s only a have a coffee with a friend, the final touch is the earrings? I hope I’m not alone. I usually, do my hair, makeup, outfit and when I look in the mirror there is something missing!… Oooh, I’m not wearing earrings. After that the looks is perfect. I made these cute and elegant silver and gold multi-circle earrings as a gift for a friend who always says that no outfit is finished until you put on some earrings haha.

Silver and Gold Multi Circle Earrings

How to make Silver and Gold Multi Circle Earrings

I think these earrings look so elegant and the best part is that you can make them in less than 20 Minutes! The bead can be Silver, gold, or any other fun color!

If you want to make some of these you will have here a full tutorial!

Prefer Step by Step with photos? Thant’s ok too, here you have it!!!

Supplies:

  • 2 Hook ear wires {gold}
  • 2 small jump rings {gold}
  • 2 Medium or large jump rings {Gold}
  • 2 eye pins {gold}
  • 2 beads
  • 2 large closed rings of gold
  • 2 medium closed rings silver
  • 2 small closed rings of gold

Tools:

  • Flat nosed pliers
  • Cut nosed pliers
  • Round nosed pliers
  • Flat bent nosed pliers

Let’s Make these cute DIY Silver and Gold Multi Circle Earrings

First, let’s work with the beads. Insert the eye pin in the bead hole.

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Using the round-nose pliers hold the wire approximately half an inch (1.5 cm) from the end and make a 3/4 turn loop so that the end of the wire all the way down.

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Hold the wire with the curved-nose pliers and wrap three times around the main wire.

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The remaining piece of end wire is trimmed as close as possible to the main wire with the wire cutters.

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Using the flat-nosed pliers press the cut end to stick out and snag clothing later.

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Open the medium jump ring and insert closed rings: one large, one medium and one small.

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Also, insert the wired bead and close the jump ring.

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Open the small jump ring and insert the other end of the wired bead and the hook ear wire.

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Done! Repeat with the other earring and you are ready to go! Let’s wear our silver and gold multi circle earrings!

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Hope you like this easy crafty jewelry!

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What do you think? I would love to hear your opinion!

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DIY Silver and Gold Multi Circle Earrings Tutorial

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Til' next time...

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8 Comments

    1. Thank you so much! I agree, design our own jewelry or anything will always be unique because you put something of our own into it!
      Hugs and thank you for stopping by!

    1. Thank you so much for passing it along! Hope she likes these too! Thank you for your sweet visit, always happy having you around!
      Hugs

  1. Hey there Camila, I must say that you made a very very gorgeous earring there and that DIY was very straightforward. You inspired me and I am really going to try it myself this weekend.
    Thanks for sharing.

    Tracy

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