Create Just Peachy Painted Earrings With Our Exclusive Bead Mix

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Create Just Peachy Painted Earrings With Our Exclusive Bead Mix

This week on Free Spirit Beading with Kristen Fagan, I showed how to make some fun earrings using our exclusive Just Peachy Bead Mix from Jesse James Beads. This unique mix, is a delightful combination of peachy pink colors, pops of turquoise and gold.

The phrase "that's peachy" has roots that can be traced back to American slang in the mid-20th century. Its origin is likely an extension of the word "peach," which has been used since the 16th century to describe something excellent or desirable.

For these earrings I also used Colourful Soul Wooden Jewelry Pop Outs, which I painted using Colourful Soul Ultimate Paints. The other items that I used are Head Pins and 20ga Soft Flex Craft Wire in Vintage Bronze color. I also made my own ear wires out of Soft Flex Craft Wire.

I made another pair of Just Peachy painted earrings on a new Instagram Reel, where I used the same materials as the first pair of earrings. In the IG Reel, I shared how to make the beaded ear wire. Click here to view the Instagram Reel.

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Kristen Fagan is a Website Graphic Designer and Jewelry Making Educator for Soft Flex® Company. She is the co-author of Seed Bead Revolution, an artist and creativity guide. She lives in Arizona with her husband, their two sons and two dogs. When she's not painting, drawing or beading, she enjoys reading, yoga, exploring the outdoors and traveling. Her favorite stones are Turquoise and Quartz, and she can't bead without Bead Stoppers. Contact her at or visit her Website | Facebook | Instagram