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Turquoise Breeze Earrings

By: Amy Scalise for Rings & Things

Natural turquoise beads in irregular shapes compliment silver triangle beads in these delicate beaded earrings that are fashionable and fun.  This simple earring pattern from Rings & Things is easy for anyone to make and, best of all, turquoise is always in style!  Great for adding some color and texture to a simple outfit, or for adding a bit of style to your evening attire, this easy earring pattern will leave you eager to try making more DIY earrings.

Turquoise Breeze Earrings


  • 2 6.5mm tip-drilled triangle beads, sterling silver
  • 4 Small gemstone nuggets, turquoise
  • 4 3mm round beads, sterling silver
  • 2 2" thin head pins, sterling silver
  • 1 pair French hook ear wires with rope-edge domed disk, sterling silver
  • Side cutters
  • Round-nose pliers



  1. Cut the heads off the head pins.  Instead of using head pins, and cutting off their heads, you can use 22-gauge sterling wire (#64-528).
  2. Add the beads as pictured and make wrapped loops on each end, and attach the ear wires. Use this earring tutorial to help you create the earrings.
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I think these are great for summer. I'd love to have a matching bracelet or necklace to go with.


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