One Step Earrings

Today I have two pairs of earrings to share with you that are literally the easiest possible jewelry you can make.  Each one requires only one step.  Are you ready?  Even if you have never made a piece of jewelry in your life, you can do these two projects!  Honestly!  Along with the instructions for each pair, I’ve included links to the exact beads and findings I used so that you can make identical earrings if you like.  Just a note, these are affiliate links, which means that if you happen to make a purchase after clicking one of them, you’re helping to support this blog and allowing me to create more fun jewelry projects like these!

One Step EarringsAre you ready?  Here’s the first one.

Tiger Eye Earrings

12mm Coin Red Tiger Eye Agate Gemstone Beads
6 mm Surgical Steel Post Earrings
Bright Silver Earrings Backs
– Jewelry glue or super glue

Tiger Eye Post Earrings

Are you ready for these terribly difficult instructions?
Glue one bead to each earring back and let it dry completely.


That’s it, people!!!  One step and you’re done!  No tools, no wire, nothing but glue.  And aren’t they so pretty?

Tiger Eye Post Earrings

Ok, moving on to the second pair.  These do require a pair of pliers but I promise it’s still easy peasy.

Little Star Earrings

Antique Gold Small Star Charms
Gold Plated Stainless Steel French Wire Earrings

Little Star Earrings

Ready for these difficult instructions?
Use your pliers to gently twist the wire earring loops open.  Place the star on the wire, and gently twist it shut.

Seriously.  No jump rings, no wire wrapping, no eye or head pins…just open, put the star on, and close.  I’m pretty sure that {with appropriate supervision, of course}, Little Crafter could do this by himself, so there are no excuses for you, friend!

Gold Little Star Earrings

I really love the size of these; the stars are small {just 10 mm}, and make very pretty, dainty little dangles.  I wore these over the weekend and hubby not only noticed them, but complimented them too.

Gold Stars

Well, what do you think?  Which pair do you love most?  I promise they’re equally simple to create and that anyone with any skill level can make either or both!


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