DIY Cool Black Spider Earrings for Halloween with Glass and Seed Beads


Hey, friends. How are you doing? You know that Halloween is coming and do you want to make any jewelry for the festival? If yes, you should never miss this project about how to make a pair of cool black spider earrings with glass and seed beads. Sounds fantastic, right? Then follow me to see the details below.
Supplies needed for cool black spider earrings:
8MM Black Round Glass Beads
15x10MM Black Faceted Drop Glass Beads
3MM black Seed Beads
2MM White Seed Beads
0.5MM Black Copper Jewelry Wire
Earrings Hooks
Side Cutting Pliers
Round Nose Pliers
Instruction on how to make cool black spider earrings:
Step 1: Make the basic beads pattern
1st, slide a black round glass bead a and drop glass bead onto a headpin, then make a loop at the end;
2nd, attach an eyepin with the beaded dangle and slide some white seed beads onto it;
3rd, make a loop at the end of the eyepin then add the earring hook.
Step 2: Finish the cool spider beads earrings
1st, cut off four pieces of copper jewelry wire;
2nd, attach them onto the middle part of the round glass bead and drop glass bead, then slide then black seed beads onto the wires at two sides;
3rd, continue to add the beads onto the copper wire until the four pieces of wire are filled with black seed beads.
Make another same earring pattern with the same steps.
Look at the lively spider beaded earrings, how cool they are! Do you like them? Do not hesitate to make one pair for yourself if you are lack of such cool jewelry. Wear this pair of spider beads earrings will make you outstanding in the Halloween party. See you next time!


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