I don't know about you, but making earrings is so much fun. They are smaller projects than bracelets and many pendants and yet more forgiving than rings which have to be sized correctly. The challenge though for earrings is to make two as similar as possible.

Here are some easy wire work earrings tutorials, none of which soldering. They are by different artisans who also offer other designs. So be sure to check out their other designs. 

Sometimes less is more! Just a touch of wire weaving captures both the bead and the foundation wires.  Check out the lovely wire wrapped earrings tutorial shown above by Erika Pal of WireArtTutorials who is from Portugal. I have featured many of her designs before.  

Shown below is the hammered heart wire earrings tutorial by British designer, Kristin Smith of KSJewelleryDesigns.  I have featured her floral themed work before here.


This easy leaf wire work earrings tutorial look elegant! The Spanish designer is Chinmigcreations.


Both swirls and coiling techniques were used for this elongated earrings design tutorial by Dutch wire artisan, Danique of RunesandRelics7


The dainty pearl dangle just prettily sets off this earrings wire design by Ukrainian designer, Oksana Trukhan of UrsulaJewelry. I have featured her wonderful nature inspired designs before.


This design tutorial below has loops within a frame and wire wraps around the round pearl or bead. Neat!  It was designed by Kasia KicaFika I have featured her work before here. She does a lot of swirly designs.

This circular wire wrapped earrings tutorial is novel. I like the wire wrapping around the upper parts which gives the design balance with the bead dangles. The designer is UK based Justyna of MetanoiaGrace.


This double tornado wire earrings tutorial consists of double wire wrapping around headpins. The designer is Scott David Plumlee of Davidchain who is from Kansas. He teaches how to ball up 19G wire using a torch. If this is not up your alley, just purchase 20G headpins.

He is also an accomplished chain mail artisan whose work I have featured before

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