Learn how to make these simply styled Rosebud earrings that will make a wonderful accent to any piece in your wardrobe. Using different metals or colored wire, and different types and sizes of stone or other teardrop shaped beads, you can make them to match any dress for any occasion.
They are called “Rosebud” earrings because, with small briolette beads, they look like upside down rosebuds.
This is another great lesson for someone who is just starting to learn how to weave with wire.
2 4” pieces of 20g round wire (dead soft or half hard)
Approximately 8 feet of 28g round dead soft wire
2 briolette beads (approximately 8mmx10mm)
2 ear wires
Round Nose Pliers
Flat Nose Pliers
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