Christmas Santa Earrings Jewellery Project With Serinity Crystals
February 23, 20232 min read
Throughout the festive months, sparkly Christmas themed jewellery is a modern tradition just like writing Christmas cards and attending a staff Christmas party! But if you want something a little extra special, why not craft your own hand made earrings this year? Enhance your festive style with high quality Serinity Crystals and jewellery components that will guarantee you stand out against the typical jewellery found in the shops. When people ask where you bought your lovely earrings, you can proudly say that you crafted them yourself!
Follow the instructions below and make these Christmas Santa Earrings with Serinity Crystals for the festive period. The pearl represents Father Christmas’s big fluffy beard, with the crystal rondelle forming the rim of his red pointy hat, making this a cute abstract interpretation of the iconic character that is versatile enough to be worn at other times of the year. The joy of this craft project is how easy it is to assemble, to create the design simply stack the components in the right order along the headpin and the beads to the rest of the work. This pattern of pearl – rondelle - shaped bead, can be customised with different colour combinations to create new variations that can be worn at any time, we encourage you to explore and have fun along the way!
The full list of Serinity crystals, components and tools needed to complete this project can be found below. If you click on the product description (link), the respective product page will open, where each item can be viewed and added to cart:
Thread the crystals and charms onto the headpin starting with the 5810 Pearl, then the 7mm Rondelle, then the 5500 Drop bead and lastly the 4mm Rondelle. Use Round Nose Pliers to then bend the headpin just above the Rondelle into a small loop and cut off the rest of the wire with Side Cutters.
Twist the loop open and thread on the Fishhook Ear wire, then twist the loop closed and repeat for the other earring. Be sure to always use a twisting motion when opening loops and not a pulling motion as that will warp and weaken the metal.