How to Make Earrings Using Soft Flex Beading Wire November 10, 2019 Related posts: How to Make Wine Charms Bead Embroidery: How to Trim the Foundation and Attach the Backing How to Cut Ball Chain and Attach a Clasp How to Use Add a Bead Ear Wire Hooks to Make SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS Crystal Earrings Tags:ASMR, beadaholique, beading wire, beading wire earrings, Beginners, Crimp tubes, Crystal, cute, dangle earrings, design, educational, fashion, free, Gold, hand made, handcrafted, home made, how to, Jewellery, jewelry, Jewelry Designer (Profession), jewelry making, make, making, project, retail, Shopping, silver, soft flex, Soft Flex beading wire, Soft Flex Company, soft flex earrings, store, style, supplies, swarovski, Swarovski earrings, tutorials Related Posts Limitless possibilities for a young musician born without a hand Durango Crush 12″ Collar Underlay SKU:8915928 3 Options For Joining A New Ball Of Yarn | Crochet & Knitting Tips! About The Author Brennon Stark 53 Comments watercopper that would be pretty in red , they kinda look like hearts. thanks for the video's. November 11, 2011 Reply PRO HOLDEM ty:) November 11, 2011 Reply julliana2ify Very simple and elegant thank you for the tutorial ..now i know what to do with all that beading wire … November 12, 2011 Reply deedeebeads very easy and lovely ty 4 sharing November 13, 2011 Reply Clover HighFive this is really nice 🙂 November 14, 2011 Reply CourtneyDanice thank you! this is a great tutorial, I made mine a little bigger but they came out great! April 19, 2012 Reply Katerina's Krazy Adventures can't wait to make this!! August 30, 2012 Reply linda norris love these! Good, clear tutorial! Thanks September 3, 2012 Reply jannyb55 Brilliant and will make fantastic pendants too! Thank you so much. Can't wait to try. October 6, 2012 Reply Felicia Jones Thanks, I can't wait to try this 🙂 October 15, 2012 Reply ladybug85 Man, I would love to have a bead stopper! October 31, 2012 Reply Karen Brooks I have made these Earrings and they turned out fantastic…Thankyou so much for your tutorial… November 3, 2012 Reply Sugar Bird Ty Very Much for your Tutorial =) ♥ !!!! December 12, 2012 Reply Barbara Yocom I think I can do this, it looks very easy. January 26, 2013 Reply azalia999 Very easy, and my mind was racing with variations of this pattern. Will try this one today. Thank you! March 7, 2013 Reply azalia999 Made mine today and the were easy and very pretty. I was out of tube crimps, so I can't finish them until I get to the beading store, thank you again. March 8, 2013 Reply EmpressNatiLocs Great tutorial! I am sooo gonna make these! April 20, 2013 Reply CurlyGirl123550 So cool! Im gonna go to the store to buy the earring hooks since I already have the other stuff! Gonna make so many different types!!!! 🙂 May 5, 2013 Reply MsMassabielle I am a novice and I was wondering what is the pad you are working on? Where can I purchase it or can I make it myself? May 9, 2013 Reply Beadaholique It's called a Beading Mat. You can get it on Beadaholique . com's website. The links for the supplies in this video are located in the video description underneath this video. May 9, 2013 Reply Richman BEAUTIFUL AND SIMPLE! I LOVE IT! THANKS August 6, 2013 Reply A Clark First thank you for your video you make it very easy to follow .. I use a small short nap carpet sample as a bead mat August 17, 2013 Reply gloria rincon hello muy buen video y muy bien explicado gracias por enseñarlo August 22, 2013 Reply ramona medina youre a very flexible teacher .thank you sooomuch for sharing .!!! September 1, 2013 Reply john elloua i love your idea !! thanks !! :-* September 20, 2013 Reply Chitra Krishnan Hi just saw this video n I tried but the earring won't stay straight it's bent at the middle don't know y. I used only flexi bead stringing wire from beadalon. What could be wrong can u please advise me?? September 24, 2013 Reply MARY DAISY the color combination is nice. September 25, 2013 Reply Beadaholique Hi, I am not quite sure why it is bent in the middle – was it bent to begin with or did it happen when you were making the earring? Please provide as many more details as possible. I also used Soft Flex on purpose for these earrings because it is so smooth and flexible, it could also be that the earrings are not turning out the way you want them because you are using a different product. September 25, 2013 Reply Chitra Krishnan It was not bent to begin with, after I finished the top portion n tightened the wire the middle portion bent inwards. I did not use 6 bicones for the bottom part I used only 4 cuz I wanted a smaller earring. Could it be cuz of that it is bent?? September 25, 2013 Reply Chitra Krishnan Thanks for ur quick reply September 25, 2013 Reply Beadaholique It could be because of the smaller bicones or it could be that it was just pulled too tight. It is a little hard for me to tell without having it in front of me. September 25, 2013 Reply 1spicytomato really nice will make some for my family women September 25, 2013 Reply Engy angel واووو بجد December 14, 2013 Reply Draya D I had the "bending" problem too. Seems like the beading wire wants to lay in the same direction it was on the spool. Like I'm trying to twist it and it doesn't want to twist all the way. I used beadalon 7-strand. I'm assuming the soft flex never does this? January 8, 2014 Reply Engy angel شرحها يشبه شرح اليشا سهل وبسيط وواضح January 10, 2014 Reply folaafua Thanks for sharing this simple, but elegant project. January 15, 2014 Reply Kathy Murphy Nice looking earring January 30, 2014 Reply mvonberg40 So simple yet so beautiful. Thank you. January 31, 2014 Reply MetalGrannie I tried making one earring and it bent or folded in the middle. Going to try a different stringing wire. Hope it works, because I bought all the beads needed for several pairs in anticipation. April 20, 2014 Reply MetalGrannie Okay . . . got some Soft Flex Extreme and it seems to lay better. I hope I have enough 11/0 seed beads because I've already cracked about 10 while trying to crimp!! April 21, 2014 Reply Julie Martelly I'm having issues with the wire bending in the middle. I'm using Beadalon .015in .38mm wire… any suggestions? December 5, 2014 Reply clara hopkins Great choice, I just love this idea February 19, 2015 Reply bitmasala I love it,i"m going to try and make it tonight. May 19, 2015 Reply Melinda Zsok Nagyon otletes szimpla es nagyon szep GRATULALOK! August 15, 2015 Reply Melissa Zwanger Which Soft Flex beading wire did you use in this project? Please tell me the item number on the Beadaholique website. September 18, 2016 Reply joanne stinson No need to use SOFT FLEX beading wire which is very expensive. Today I made 5 pairs using 26 gauge wire. It works beautifully. Instead of using a crimp, simply twist the wire several times, make a loop (right angle bend) and wire wrap it. By the way, you don't need to use bicone pendant beads. Any round or rondelle bead will do or use small teardrop beads. I started by using a 9" piece of 26 gauge wire. November 21, 2016 Reply joanne stinson You also don't have to worry about the design bending or folding. Just use 26 gauge wire. November 21, 2016 Reply Michelle's Handcrafted Creations Really like this design. Gonna try it with all sorts of bead styles, colors and sizes. I like the clean look of using the crimp bead. It can even be an added decorative design element depending on which style/color is used. TFS! May 8, 2017 Reply Julia Klein please stop moving it around, if you can place it on the surface and let the camera focus for a few seconds so I can get a good look? In each step? It is always moving.also can you state the size wire and size crimp bead? October 28, 2017 Reply Bonnie Pulsipher super easy. I had some leftovers from a necklace to I made 2 pair with a little bit of variation January 3, 2018 Reply VioletSkye19 Great camera angles ! And I love the use of a green tone gold to complement the beads 👍😍 July 12, 2018 Reply Smita Rathod Elegnant n Excellent Thanks for sharing n teaching GBU August 29, 2018 Reply Betty Smith Beautiful, thanks for sharing you are a great instructor. October 28, 2018 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.