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Art Jewelry Elements Earring challenge - 5/52



Over at Art Jewelry Elements we have the Earring Challenge going on for the year - our challenge is to make a pair of earrings a week for the entire year!  Here are my Week 5 earrings.  I have been making egg beads because it's almost spring!  You can find them in my SueBeads etsy store in lots of different colors!  I made these with sterling ear wires that I made myself, silver rounded squares and these cute little silver plated birdie charms - I love these so much, I need to get more!

You can also follow our AJE Earring Challenge board on Pinterest to see what everyone is making!

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Unknown said…
I love when you make earrings!! So stunning!

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