Cat Stacey Jewellery shares with you a beginner friendly beading and wire work jewellery making tutorial, on how to make your own sparkling earrings. This project requires minimal tools and supplies to create this beautiful design.
You can also get creative with choosing your favourite combination of gemstone beads from our wide range available on our website.
Watch Cat's video tutorial below and find all the recommended project tools and supplies, so you can easily recreate your own unique gemstone earrings for yourself.
At Kernowcraft, you'll find a huge range of gemstone beads in various shapes and sizes to suit you. Get creative and experiment with combining gemstones, colours and shapes to create unique pieces of jewellery.
This project only requires a few tools to complete the look! Don't forget to check out our handy jewellery pliers & side cutters pack which contains all our recommended and essential pliers you need for projects, complete with a zip up case to keep your tools safe and organised.
I have been making jewellery for over 10 years, and in 2019 I made the decision to take it officially from hobby to business. My jewellery has been an intrinsic part both my personal life and my customers’ lives, accompanying through the ups and downs, bringing strength and grounding through the tough times, celebrating the achievements and the highs, and cherishing the people we love and the memories once they’re gone.
My jewellery is to celebrate and mark these moments – and people – that make our lives so rich and multifaceted. I believe jewellery should be made with love – because jewellery is always given with love.
Don't forget to keep all of your scrap wire from projects such as this one, because they can be melted down to create even more beautiful pieces of jewellery. Cat shares with you a brilliant project, sharing step by step photos of how to make these sweet silver scrap earstuds that she calls pebbles.
The products used in these projects are suggestions to inspire you. Products used were compatible at the time of making but do be aware that stocks can vary, so do use your own judgement as to the compatibility of each item when making.
If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch with our friendly team who will be more than happy to give you advice over email or on the phone.
You can learn more and find inspiration by visiting our Jewellery Making Tutorials, Jewellery Making Kits and YouTube Channel. Don't forget to follow us on social media and tag us in your designs on Instagram & Facebook, we would love to see!