Sunday, December 20, 2015

How to Make EASY Crystal Christmas Tree Earrings for the Festive Season

Hey there, holiday crafter! With Christmas around the corner, our to-do lists are longer than Santa's naughty-or-nice record. But fear not! I've got the scoop on the ultimate time-saver: DIY festive Christmas earrings that practically make themselves!

Make these dazzling Evergreen Christmas Tree earrings using multi-holed spacer bars (yep, jewelry findings go beyond the expected!) and add a smattering of twinkling crystal beads for that extra sparkle. And the best part? You can whip up this pair of holiday earrings faster than you can say, "Ho, ho, ho!" In under 30 minutes, you'll have the perfect accessory to add cheer to your holiday ensemble.

So, amidst the holiday chaos, take a breather and dive into this quick and easy DIY. It's the ultimate festive fix for the time-strapped Christmas enthusiast in you!
Here's a quick pair of Christmas Earrings made with multi-holed spacer bars (gotta love that they used in such an unexpected way) with sparkly Swarovski crystals stacked in between.
Evergreen Christmas Trees - finished length 5cm (2")
To make the Evergreen Christmas Tree earrings, you'll need:
Tools: round nose pliers, flat nose pliers, flush cutters, needle tool
DIY Inspiration Sheet for Evergreen Christmas Tree Earrings Tutorial

Gather your supplies. This is what you need to make one earring.
The components you'll need to make the earrings: daisy spacer bars in graduating sizes and emerald Swarovski bicones.

String the first hole of all the spacer bars on a headpin, graduating from largest to smallest and alternating with the bicones.
Stack the spacer bars (starting with the largest) and the crystals to create one half of the tree.

Bend the headpin at a 90° angle just above the last crystal.
Turn a 90° angle above the last crystal.

Trim to 1cm (3/8").
Trim the head pin to 1cm (3/8") so that you can create a simple loop.

Turn a simple loop.
Turn a simple loop on the tree so that you can attach it to the star.

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Insert a headpin through the last hole of the spacer bars and add a crystal in between each layer on the other side of the tree.
Inserting the second head pin through the spacer bars and crystals

 String the earring stopper on an eye pin.
Stringing an earring stopper on an eye pin.

Trim it with the flush cutters....
Trimming the earring stopper

.....until it is small enough to fit firmly inside the star bead.
The trimmed earring stopper

String the star bead from the bottom....
String the star bead onto the eye pin.

....and then push the earring stopper inside the bead. Slide the star down to the loop of the eye pin. The stopper will help prevent the star from spinning around whilst you are wearing the earrings.
Pushing the trimmed stopper inside the bead

Bend the eye pin above the star at a 90° angle, trim it to 1cm (3/8") and turn a simple loop.

Open the bottom loop of the star and hook on the two headpins from the Christmas tree.
Attaching the star loop to the tree loops

Hook the tree onto the earring wire and close the loop.
Adding the earring wire.

Make a matching earring with the remaining components.

How easy was that? Now you have a festive pair of Christmas tree earrings to wear to your next holiday gathering.

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Sparkly Christmas Tree holiday earrings using spacer bars and crystals

'Til next time.....

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