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Hearts and Heart Earrings

Updated on August 9, 2015

Valentine's Day Heart Earrings do say it all.

Human Nature thinks of the heart as the center of feelings and love.

The heart represents the symbol of sharing our love with others.

Valentine's Day we express our human nature feelings, thoughts and even our self with others using hearts in many shapes and even many colors.

Thinking of this I designed and crafted beaded Heart Earrings.

And, this is my sharing of the Heart Earrings.

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Hand Crafted Seed Bead Heart Earrings

By Annlee


Before beading these Heart Earrings.

I drew many designs and then ran them through a beading program to see what a finished design might look like. A step I suggest to new and old craft beaders before they start a new design.

Using #11 seed beads I sat at my crafting tables and starting the weaving of the beads into the finished Valentine's Day Heart earrings.

We do teach how to bead the Traditional Ways of the Native Americans for Pow Wow Regalia, and if your anywhere close to my main shop in Arkansas City, Kansas: Consider this an invitation to drop in and learn to seed bead.

Valentine's Day Heart Earrings simply say: I love you!


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Annlee Native Crafts
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The commercial use of hearts for Valentine's Day began in 1870's with a heart shaped card on of all things a sheet of music. And, from that beginning has spread across the World on a day we all now know as Valentine's Day.

Hearts bring a feeling of warmth and sharing that reaches into the depths of the human thought process. And, they make a real impression to others that someone is loved, cherished, adorned or even that they are taken. So many uses for the heart.

I must admit, that beading a set of heart earrings was not something I have ever done in over 22 years of seed beading Traditional Native Regalia. Natives did not have hearts for Valentine's Day.

Nevertheless, I was drawn by the Squidoo challenge and thought about it? Then sat down to see if I could design and craft a detailed seed beaded set of earrings.

Making a heart design with seed beads is not an easy task: But, was a fun adventure; and I think I did create a beautiful and full detailed heart within a designed set of earrings.

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