Red Carpet Sparkle - How to Make Elegant Earrings
Posted on February 27 2016
Create elegant earrings and get Red Carpet ready with some of our jewelry making friends from around the beading circuit! Last week Jesse James Beads and several other famous jewelry designers pooled their talents and posted some Oscars-worthy DIY earrings on Candie Cooper
's blog hop. And what a star-studded hop it was! Here are a few of my favorite designs from the Red Carpet Ready Blog Hop...
Elegant earrings with an edgy! Love Nealay Patel
's work. If you aren't yet familiar with him, do check him out. This piece features Silver Silk
and our faceted glass JJBs
. Nealay Patel uses Brenda Schweder's Now That's a Jig tool
to create wire jewelry like this. >>Headed to Bead & Button? Join Nealay Patel and learn how to make knitted wire jewelry pieces in one of his 10 classes offered at the 2016 Bead and Button Show.
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Another favorite, these simple lovelies made by Katie Hacker using elegant earring settings from Las Vegas Rhinestones. These bold statements dangle just below the lobe. Stunning for red carpet style
Gotta love the classic look of pearls and rhinestones. Candie Cooper uses her own sweet style to create these scintillating Oscars-worthy stunners. These light and airy shoulder duster earrings are a breeze to make. Red carpet ready in no time with jewelry inspiration from designing mogul, Candie Cooper
Finally my personal creation for the Red Carpet Ready Blog Hop - Sparkling Geometric Shoulder Duster Earrings - these elegant earrings were made by moi, Sarah James from Jesse James Beads. They feature our stunning Cage Crystal beads in three tiers of sizes, plus twisted jump rings and the Modern Earwire from Beadalon
Like these long dangling earrings? Make them yourself! We have these Rock the Red Carpet Earring Kits available in two different metal finishes. Get your sparkle on!
Get inspired by the glitz and glam of our favorite designer's at the Candie Cooper Red Carpet Ready Earring Blog Hop. Comment below and let us know what you think!