Sea Breeze Earrings

March 2021 Pretty Palette Design Challenge with Molly Schaller

beaded earrings

The Sea Breeze Earrings are part of Molly's monthly color palette challenge! 

Sea Breeze Earrings & Sea Breeze Tassle Earrings
 Designed by Molly Schaller 
Featuring Bead Gallery® beads 
Available exclusively at www.halcraftcollection.com 

Materials:
2 10mm yellow faceted glass hexagons
2 8mm opaque green AB glass faceted cubes
2 3mm lime Czech glass fire-polished faceted rounds
2 silver ear wires
2 2” silver ball pins

Tools:
Wire nippers
Round nose pliers
Chain nose pliers

Time to create: 15 minutes

Size: one size fits all

Instructions:

1. Slide a yellow hexagon and an opaque green faceted cube onto a ball pin. Trim the wire (reserving the trimmed portion) and make a simple loop.
2. With the trimmed off portion, make a simple loop. Slide a 3mm lime faceted round onto the wire and make another loop to create a lime link.
3. Attach the lime link to the ear wire and the yellow and green drop.
4. Repeat steps 1-3 to create second earring.

Sea Breeze Tassel Earrings

Materials:
2 9x12mm opaque red AB glass faceted ovals
2 8mm opaque yellow AB glass faceted cubes
2 13x20mm dark green small tassels
2 gold ear wires
4 gold eye pins

Tools:
Wire nippers
Round nose pliers
Chain nose pliers

Time to create: 15 minutes

Size: one size fits all

Instructions:

1. Slide a yellow faceted cube onto an eye pin and make a simple loop.
2. Slide an opaque red AB faceted oval onto an eye pin and make a simple loop.
3. Attach the yellow link to the ear wire and the red AB faceted oval link. Attach the green tassel to the loop of the red AB oval link.
4. Repeat steps 1-3 to create second earring.

Get instructions and a materials list to make the coordinating bracelet and necklaces by clicking the corresponding image.

Molly Schaller is a craft industry consultant with a focus on design thinking, transmedia storytelling, and user experience design. She loves a variety of crafts; beading, knitting, and bookbinding are some of her favorites. She’s always on the lookout for new ways to express her creativity and help others learn ways to tap into their creativity as well!

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