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Fairy Kiss Earrings

These precious Fairy Kiss Earrings are perfect for dressing up almost any outfit.  In a few simple steps, you can create these DIY bead earrings in any color you'd like!  Perfect for giving to friends, family, and even bridesmaids, these easy earrings can be worn over and over again and are simple enough for crafters of all skill levels.

Fairy Kiss Earrings


  •  2 18mm Silver Eye Pins
  • 4 Silver Bead Caps
  • 4 Pink Glass Beads
  • 2 Earring Hooks
  • Wire Cutters
  • Round Nose Pliers
  • Chain Nose Pliers



  1. Thread the pink glass beads onto 2 eye pins, then thread a silver bead cap onto each one. Thread one more pink glass bead on each one, then add a silver bead cap again.
  2. Cut off extra wire and make a loop with your round nose pliers.
  3. Open earring hooks and thread one eye pin with beads on each.
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These are adorable and yes, very easy. A perfect project for a beginner or fir anyone who has left over beads to use up. I always have extra lying around. And you don't even have to have matching colors. Crystal on top with any color on bottom? Black and white? Go for it!

What a great color! I can see myself making lots of versions of these earrings as gifts.

I am just starting to do jewelry and love this tutorial to help me get some ideas. I love the name fairy kiss too. I will be making this in different colors also for mother's day and birthday gifts. I have been making earrings for my mom just because she likes them and ran out of pretty ideas. Has anybody made any lately?


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