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Quilling jhumkas with daffodil bead

Quilling Jhumkas with daffodil bead – DIY

A simple paper quilling coil can be converted into a jhumka to make your own pair of pretty earrings with a different style. The earrings pair made here uses paper quilling jhumkas and frosted daffodil beads in two mild colors.

Quilling jhumkas with daffodil bead

How to make Quilling Jhumkas – Tutorial:

Supplies needed:

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Tools Needed:

  1. Wire Cutter
  2. Round Nose Pliers

Step 1:

Insert a paper quilling strip in a slotted needle.

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Step 2:

Keep quilling till you make a tight coil of the desired size. Glue the end so that the coil is secure.

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Step 3:

Slide and remove the coil from the slotted tool.

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Step 4:

Gently push from the center of one side of the coil to form a cup like structure.

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Step 5:

Flip over.

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At this point, I coated the quilled object with fabric glue for protecting the quilling and to add shine.

Step 6:

Insert an eye pin in the coil as shown.

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Step 7:

Now slide a frosted daffodil bead on top.

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Step 8:

Followed by a gold color metal spacer bead…

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Step 9: 

Using round nose pliers make a loop at the top. Use wire cutters to trim off any excess wire after making the loop.

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Step 10:

Insert a fish hook ear wire at the top.

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The completed earring…

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Repeat steps above for the other earrings piece and make your pair of quilling jhumka earrings…

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8 comments

  1. Nice work,excellent and I want to learn different types of jhumkas in teracotta clay could u help me

  2. Great job..and thnks for ur infrmtn…thnkzzzx

  3. whre do you get the papper stripes from???

  4. where to get that daffodil bead from?and what tool should be used to bring out the cup like structure?

  5. i want to know more about the patterns plse help me

  6. eeit,s very interesting. please teach more patterns. i had tried many jhumka.

  7. nice.
    whr can i get earwires and spacer beads?

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