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DIY~ Make Adorable Cupcake Bead Earrings! Sooo Easy!

Click on the link below to see my YouTube tutorial for full instructions:

Here is an update link on how I made cupcake earrings with "sprinkles."

These little cupcakes are sooo easy to make and they are adorable for birthdays, wedding showers, Mother's day, etc.! If you would like to see a "close up" of the cupcakes above, just click on the photo.

For each pair of earrings, you will need:

*Two 8mm glass pearls (pink, white, or brown) if you are making the small earrings.
(Darice brand for .99 cents per strand at Michael's.)

*Two 10mm glass pearls (pink, white, or brown) if you are making the large pair of earrings.
(Darice brand for .99 cents per strand at Michael's.)

* Two 3mm red glass pearls for the cherries.
(Darice brand for .99 cents per strand at Michael's.)

*Two basket type bead caps. I bought mine from a seller on Ebay. You can also check on Etsy. Just type in "bead caps" or "basket bead caps." They are extremely inexpensive!

*Two head pins. I used silver plated 22 gauge.

*Two Ear Wires

**You will also need the following jewelry making tools:

Long nose pliers
Nipper tool
Round nose pliers


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