Easy DIY Bell Flower Beaded Earring Tutorial


Hey beautiful! In today’s tutorial, we will make a quick and easy pair of floral beaded earrings. You may substitute Czech glass bell flowers (and perhaps forgo the spacer bead and/or bicone), if you’d rather use those than the acrylic variety. I don’t use many acrylic beads, but I think these look great, and imitate the look of frosted glass beads very well. Please see below for the full list of materials and direct product links. Thanks for watching!

Materials for One Pair

More About the Design:

Have fun with the colors of the flowers and bicones in this design. As you see, you may choose a trio of different colors, or go with a monochromatic look. The acrylic flower assortment from Beebeecraft is not only inexpensive, but also comes in a wide range of colors. Wouldn’t these make a sweet little gift?!

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While you’re here, check out this post about another earring tutorial featuring acrylic leaves from Beebeecraft.

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