Hello everyone! Tiffany here with a fun tutorial for you! With winter approaching, I find myself putting away my bright and airy spring and summer jewelry and replacing it with darker, fancier neutral pieces. I want jewelry that can easily go from the office to after work cocktails. Tassel earrings have always been a favorite of mine. I especially love the way tassel earrings move with you, catching the light. Recently, I have seen modern tassel earrings similar to these at high end department stores. Being a jewelry maker, I of course wanted to make my own version. Beading chain was the perfect material to make these earrings, because it really reflects the light. After a little trial and error, I have come up with a fairly easy way to re-create this designer look from home.
The supplies needed are the following:
- A ruler
- Gift wrapping (like Scotch) tape
- E-6000 adhesive
- Chain nose pliers
- Metal shears
- Post earring findings with loops
- Small jump rings (3-5mm range)
- Beading chain
- Ribbon ends, 10mm preferable
Well, I hope you all enjoyed this tutorial! Please feel free to ask me any questions about how I made these!