PandaHall Idea on Christmas Wreath Braided Rope Earrings

Summary: Nice to see you all again. Christmas is coming soon! Today We're going to make a Christmas style bracelet. You can easily make them by following the tutorial below. Let's get it started.

PandaHall Idea on Christmas Wreath Braided Rope Earrings

Materials and tools needed:

Green Nylon Thread: NWIR-Q008A-258

Red Nylon Thread: NWIR-Q008A-700

Stainless Steel Stud Earring Findings: STAS-P099-04G

Jump Rings

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Instructions on how to make this:

Step 1 :

Prepare 2 green nylon threads and 2 red nylon threads, put them together and tie a knot. Use a needle to fix the knot.

Put the 4 threads at one end aside and use the 4 threads at the other end to operate.

Wind the green thread around the red to make 4 half hitch spiral knots. Then use the 2 red threads to make 2 half hitch spiral knots.

Repeat the above operation until the braided rope is long enough.

Step 2 :

Tie the red threads at both ends together and use them to make a bow.

Tie a new red thread on the third existing red thread and make a half hitch spiral knot. Add another new red thread to the added red thread just now, then begin to make half hitch spiral knots with these threads until it become like the half of bow.

Make another half of bow in the same way.

Step 3 :

Cut off the excess red threads, burn it at the end of the threads with a lighter to prevent the threads from slipping out.

Tie the 2 green threads, through them cross the golden spacer beads.

Link the wreath to the stud earring findings with jump ring.

This pair of earrings which perfectly fits the theme of Christmas is completed !

Isn't it interesting? Come and give it a try! You can use the same method to make other colorful earrings which fit this season or Christmas !

Can't wait to share other jewelry making tutorials with you. See you next time!


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