Chain Link Earrings: Part 8

It's easy enough to stack a bead or two on a headpin, make a loop, and add an ear wire to make a quick pair of earrings. But, if you're looking for a few other interesting ideas, you've come to the right place!

Today, I'm sharing tutorial 8 of 10 that uses large links from metal chains as the base for an earring. These tutorials begin with the simplest of techniques and work toward harder ones. Though, none of them are very complicated. 

You can find all of the tutorials in my Chain Link Earring Playlist on YouTube. 

The tutorial for this week involves stringing colorful seed beads horizontally inside an oval chain link. This technique is not new, and this isn't the only way to do it. But, it provides a great option for brightening up an otherwise boring, large link. 

You can head over to YouTube to watch Part 8 of this Chain Link Earring Series or just watch it below. 

As always, if you have any questions about this tutorial or anything else I've shared or said, don't hesitate to ask!


  1. It's one more idea for a pretty design! The best part is you're using up existing supplies :)

  2. I love multicolour jewellery and this one checks all the box for a pair a earrings that will make you smile.

    1. Aw, thank you, Divya! I think they're lots of fun too. And, their multicolor nature means that they go with just about everything!!


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