I whipped up these lovely little earrings in ten-ish minutes. The key to them is the dangling so lovely-like is lots of joints. My first attempt was basically just stringing them onto stiff wire. That really didn’t work out very well. They sort of just… slugged. They didn’t swing.

These earrings have several loops. A triangular pincher-type loop to hold the stone at the bottom, and some circular ones to hinge everything else together. Voila, dangle-riffic!

A narrow-bottomed triangle, with the narrow bottom cut in half to make a pincher. The triangle is joined by pinching the cut ends together inside the bead or stone.

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