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Quick, Easy & Elegant Wedding Jewelry: Bridal Earrings featuring Swarovski Crystals

Category: Bridal Jewelry
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– This video is part of Beadaholique’s series of DIY bridal and wedding jewelry tutorials. All the projects are quick, easy to make, and elegant to wear. In this tutorial you will learn to make a pair of sparkling crystal drop earrings featuring Gita Jewelry settings and Swarovski crystals. This classic design can be worn with just about any dress.

Designer: Julie Bean

You can find the supplies in this video at Beadaholique.com:

Gita Jewelry Stone Setting for Swarovski Crystal, Leverback Earrings with Bottom Loop for SS39 Chaton, Rhodium Plated
SKU: FEA-9692

Gita Jewelry Stone Setting for Swarovski Crystal, Stud Post Earrings with Bottom Loop for SS39 Chaton, Rhodium Plated
SKU: FEA-9641

Gita Jewelry Stone Setting for Swarovski Crystal, Pendant Base for 18x13mm Pear, Rhodium Plated
SKU: PND-307

Swarovski Crystal, 1088 Xirius Round Stone Chatons ss39, 6 Pieces, Crystal F
SKU: SWCH-63900

Sterling Silver Open Jump Rings 4mm 22 Gauge (20)
SKU: FJR-03042

Swarovski Crystal, 4320 Pear Fancy Stone 18x13mm, 1 Piece, Crystal F
SKU: SWCR-4159

Natural Wood Craft Sticks, Flat with Rounded Edge 4.5 Inches, 10 Sticks
SKU: STICK-PKIT-00

Baby Wubbers Quality Fine Chain Nose Jeweller’s Pliers
SKU: XTL-0020

9 responses to “Quick, Easy & Elegant Wedding Jewelry: Bridal Earrings featuring Swarovski Crystals”

  1. Nancy Westrick says:

    Is there a setting for clip on earrings?

    • Beadaholique says:

      Unfortunately, we only carry the clip on earring findings without a setting. Here is a direct link to all the options we have : . Thank you for your interest.

  2. Anita Mitchell says:

    So pretty!

  3. Bee Robins says:

    Great, excellent project. Thanks for the tutorial!!!!👍👍

  4. Adriana Ariza-Jones says:

    Hi Julie, , great to know that we can make these beautiful earrings so easily. Question: What about using also super glue on the back? , would be bulky? Just to make sure we dont lose the stone. Thank you for sharing this tutorial.

    • Beadaholique says:

      The prongs are very secure and will hold the stone in place, but you could certainly use some adhesive as well. We recommend E6000 adhesive. Thanks so much!

  5. Mari Ethel says:

    😄😘😍

  6. Kathryn Kay says:

    Beautiful!

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