New Jewelry Tutorial! O! My Goddess, Wire Wrapped Earring Project, Marquee Bead, Wire Weaved Jewelry


This is a wonderful and fun earring design, created so that you can attach most side drilled beads that are marquee shape, oval or teardrop. With small alterations to the wire and bead sizes, you can also use this pattern to make a matching pendant for the earrings!

Please check out my Etsy jewelry store and learn how to make wire jewelry with my easy to follow jewelry tutorials and patterns.

The earrings will measure approximately 2 inches long (including the ear wires) and 3/4 inches wide. There are 19 pages, over 132 clear and close up images in 48 detailed steps to guide you through the project. The estimated project time is 3 hours.

The tutorial uses copper wire, but you can use any type of wire. It is important however, to use the
sizes indicated in the supply list or contact me with questions regarding using other size wires. I’m happy to help.

Enjoy!  Purchase this jewelry tutorial pattern in my Etsy store...

To go directly to the listing for the tutorial, click here.

Supplies: All wire is round, dead soft
20 gauge wires (frame wires)
30 gauge wires (weaving wire)
2 Marquee beads 26mm x 10mm, side drilled
2 Round beads 4mm

Nylon nose pliers
Flat nose pliers
Round nose pliers
Wire cutters
Jewelers file or nail file
15 mm dowel (or a cap from a 4oz Elmer’s glue bottle)
Grid paper (optional)


K S Jewellery Designs said...

What a great design - I love the way it holds the bead in place in such a beautiful way. Good luck with your tutorial.
Kristin :)

IzzyGumbo said...

Hey thanks Kristin! I admire your work and your tutorials very much. I appreciate your comment. :)

Navneet Agarwal said...

I have just liked your post! But wow its such a nice and creative way to do Wire wrap! LOVELY! I have shared this with my friends on g+ ;) They keep eating my head for tips.

I have started blogging recently too ( and its really fun especially when people comment and interact. So far not much luck. Hope we can maintain the reciprocity, even if its jus conversations or comments. :)

IzzyGumbo said...

Thank you so much Navneet! I appreciate your support and kind comment :))