Simple Dangling Beaded Earrings

Beaded Earrings


This weekend I made some jewelry, including these simple dangling earrings. I just love them, don’t you? When I make earrings, I usually reach for earring wires instead of posts, but I thought it would be fun to make some earrings that use a post – but they still have a nice dangle! These beaded earrings were super inexpensive to make, I’ll show you how!

To make your Simple Dangling Beaded Earrings, you need:

Darice Silver Jewelry Findings Set (you need the stud posts, 2 jump rings and 4 head pins from this set)
Darice Bead set (blue) – (you need two large beads and some of the small beads from this set)
Krazy Glue
Jewelry pliers


supplies for beaded earrings

Start your beaded earrings by threading the large bead onto a head pin. Using round-nosed pliers, create a wrapped loop at the bottom.

create loop

Repeat with the second bead. Then do the same for the dangles – make 2 long dangles with wrapped loops at the top.

make dangles

Attach the top to the bottom using a jump ring.

attach top to bottom

Then attach the top to the post using Krazy Glue.

add glue

Set aside for a few minutes to let the glue set. I tucked the post into a folded piece of fabric.

set aside to dry

That’s it! Your earrings are done!

dangle stud earrings

Creating wrapped loops is a little tricky, it might take you a couple tries. If you mess up, just cut off the loop and start over – head pins are cheap, no need to cry over them! Just toss the icky one and move on.  With a little practice, you’ll have a fun and simple pair of dangling beaded earrings!


  1. Rhonda Buchanan says

    Love the look of your earings. I am just getting started in making jewelry and I need advice. What is the best wire to use? I have only been using string with those really long thin needles. Any info you offer would be greatly appreciated.

    • Carolina says

      I don’t use a lot of wire. I often use headpins or eye pins, since they are already cut to length and ready to go. 🙂

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