Elegant beaded jewelry diy wedding hair accessories with pearls

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<ul><li><p>Elegant beaded jewelry-DIY wedding hair accessories with pearls </p><p>In the following beaded jewelry inspiration project, </p><p>youll witness how I am able to DIY wedding hair </p><p>accessories as fast as possible. And additionally, this </p><p>pearl embellishment can be worn any day at any age. It </p><p>is super easy but shinning all your special occasions. </p><p> 8mm-12mm pearl bead</p><p> 0.5mm brass wire </p><p> Hair pin </p><p> Wire-cutter Plier</p><p> Flat Nose Plier </p><p> Glue </p><p>Step1: pick out your bead and pin </p><p>Start by cutting off a 15cm long segment of wire. Then select 3 different sizes pearl beads and 3 </p><p>pieces of blank hair pins. </p><p>Step2: start the beaded jewelry hair pin </p><p>This DIY wedding hair accessories pin was inspired by the delightful and awesome use of pearls in one of </p><p>Chanels spring collections. Its really an ornament that youll cherish forever. </p><p>Things youll need in beaded jewelry: </p><p>1. Fold the wire in half and flatten the folded </p><p>location by flat nose plier; </p><p>2. Apply a few glue at the folded tip and </p><p>insert it into the hole on pearl bead; </p><p>Steps for DIY wedding hair accessories: </p></li><li><p>Thus far, your beaded jewelry-pearl hair pin is finished. Do repeat the above process and adorn </p><p>more pins in that way. Tuck a few into an updo or simply adorn them at fringe are both excellent </p><p>ways. Between the glow of pearls and sparkle of pave pins, this DIY wedding hair accessories style </p><p>will proudly be created and treasured. </p><p>Buy a series of beads for your jewelry making please click: http://www.pandahall.com/</p><p>3. Allow that to dry completely; </p><p>4. Spread the two wire tips apart and you can </p><p>start to wrap the pearl around; </p><p>5. Once fasten the wire firmly, remove the </p><p>excess wire and dab some glue to secure </p><p>both ends. </p></li></ul>