Even though pearl drop earrings are simple to construct, they exude beauty and sophistication when worn. You can make these pearl drop earrings quickly and simply yourself, whether you’re creating them for yourself, giving them as a present, or beginning your own little jewelry company.
Preparing Your Pearls and Other Accessories
Invest in a pair of earrings with gorgeous, genuine pearls. Pearls should have a somewhat rough surface that causes friction to be considered genuine. In addition, they will not be exactly spherical. It is, on the other hand, nearly hard to determine whether a pearl is genuine.  Double-check that the pearls you’re using are the size and form you’re wanting. They’ll also require a hole to allow the pin to be inserted through them.
Make use of pearls that are free of debris
If you need to clean your pearls earrings, there are practical and simple methods for doing so without causing damage to the pearls. You’ll need a jewelry cleaner specifically designed for jewelry and a soft cloth. Avoid using ammonia, strong chemicals, ultrasonic cleaners, toothbrushes, and other abrasives on your skin or your clothes. Only jewelry cleaners that have been specially designated as safe for pearls should be used.
Make two earrings in the same manner, step by step
This is not necessarily required, but it is beneficial. Assembling both earrings at the same time will make it simpler for you to complete each stage, which is especially helpful if you are new to the technique. This also has the effect of making each step for one earring consistent with each step for the earring that matches it.
Assemble your equipment, including any necessary safety equipment
Don’t forget to put on your safety goggles as well to keep your eyes protected. In addition, you’ll need two headpins, two French hook earring wires, round nose pliers, and wire cutters to complete this project. Headpins and earring wires can be purchased in craft stores or art supply stores.
In jewelry, headpins are straight pins with a ball or a flat circular surface on one end to prevent a pearl or bead from slipping off. Decide on whether you want a flat or balled end, as well as if you want a silver or brass/gold-colored pin on your pin.
Unlike other types of earring wires, which are lengthy and curved, French hook earring wires run into the ear and hang on their own; they do not require an earring back.
Putting Together Pearl Bead Earrings
Slide the pearl onto the headpin with your fingers
It should not be able to slip off the opposite side but should be kept in place by the flat head or ball head of the pin instead. As a result, let the pearl slip to the other side of the headpin.
Bend the headpin to your liking
Bend as near as possible to the pearl, approximately a half-centimeter above the surface. Bend the pin above the pearl at roughly an 80-degree angle with your hands, using your hands to help you.
Using round nose pliers, secure the object
Round nose pliers should be used to grip the bent wire right above the pearl.
Make a loop with your fingers
Begin by bending the headpin around the tip of the round nose pliers in a clockwise direction to form a loop. If necessary, make any necessary adjustments to your pliers.
Make a full loop with the wire by bending it in half
The loop shouldn’t be too enormous. It should be able to wrap comfortably around the round nose pliers such that it is just the circumference of the end of the pliers.
Remove any surplus wire by cutting it
Make a clean cut through the excess wire that does not form a part of the loop with wire cutters. Remove all of the material above the loop, leaving only the loop. When cutting wire, always use safety goggles to keep your eyes protected.
Open the loop just a little bit more
Making use of your round nose pliers, gently open the loop just enough to allow the French hooks to be inserted into the opening.
Complete the circuit
Reinsert the hooks completely into the loop to prevent them from falling out again. Everything has been completed!