Earrings with Oh! Ring™ Silicone Components and Chainmaille
Oh! (Ring) Christmas Tree
-- Designer --
Rose, Jewelry Production Specialist, Content Development Group, Exclusively for Fire Mountain Gems and Beads®
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- Component, Oh! Ring, silicone, black, 7mm round with 3mm hole (4 components)
- Component, Oh! Ring, silicone, light green, 7mm round with 3mm hole (54 components)
- Component, Oh! Ring, silicone, pale yellow glow-in-the-dark, 7mm round with 3mm hole (2 components)
- Jump ring, anodized aluminum, gold, 5mm matte round, 3.4mm inside diameter, 20 gauge (126 jump rings)
- Jump ring, anodized aluminum, bronze, 5.5mm round, 3.5mm inside diameter, 18 gauge (10 jump rings)
- Ear wire, gold-plated stainless steel, 21mm fishhook with star and open loop, 21 gauge (2 ear wires)
- Jump ring tool, opener and closer, nickel-finished pewter (tin-based alloy), 10mm wide, size 8-1/4
- Pliers, bent-nose
- Pliers, chain-nose
Use 7mm light green silicone Oh! Rings™ and bronze 5.5mm jump rings to create a 1-1 chain, beginning and ending with Oh! Rings.
Decreasing each row by one light green Oh! Ring, use the Japanese 6-in-1 chainmaille technique to add five more rows.
Note: View the Row by Row method of the ''How to Create a Japanese 6-in-1 Chainmaille Weave'' illustrated instructions for additional details.
Use the Japanese 6-in-1 chainmaille technique to add one glow-in-the-dark 7mm Oh! Ring to the last (shortest) row of silicone chainmaille.
Use the same technique to add a black 7mm Oh! Ring on the side opposite the glow-in-the-dark ring, between the third and fourth green ring of the first (longest) row. Repeat to add a second black jump ring directly next to the first.
Pass the loop of an ear wire through the glow-in-the-dark ring, then close.
Repeat Steps 1 - 5 to create a second earring.
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