How To Make Unique Chain Tassel Earrings

How To Make Unique Chain Tassel Earrings

diy chain tassel earrings

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Here’s how to make chain tassel earrings at home using multiple lengths of lightweight chain for a low cost stylish and elegant look.

I love making homemade earrings and this is another great way to use up those leftover beads, wood, resin, glass, and shells. Various shapes and sizes can be mixed to create these fashionable unique earrings.

diy chain tassel earrings

Supplies You Will Need:

Supplies you will need to make chain tassel earrings

How To Make Them:

Step1 String the beads onto the eye pin in your preferred sequence.

String the beads onto the eye pin

Step2 You will need to create a loop in the eye pin just above the beads so that it can be attached to the ear wire. (See the basics of how to make homemade earrings for a step-by-step guide).

You will need to create a loop in the eye pin

Step3 Carefully open the ear wire and slip on the beaded eye pin, then close it up again.

Carefully open the ear wire and slip on the beaded eye pin

Step4 Cut the chain into six 2 inch pieces.

Cut the chain into six 2 inch pieces

Step5 Open a jump ring and thread on three of the chains, then hook it through the loop at the bottom of the eye pin before closing it up.

thread on three of the chains

Step6 Trim the chain to the required length and repeat the processes for the second earring.

homemade chain tassel earrings

Try threading a seed bead onto the ear wire and jump ring for an interesting look

chain tassel earrings

Now you know how to make chain tassel earrings, take a look at the other homemade earrings featured here on SavvyHomemade.

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Angela Wills
Angela Wills
Hi, I’m Angela, I make most of the homemade things here at Savvy Homemade. I'm an experienced soap maker, skincare formulator, author, busy Mom of 3, and recently a Grandma! "Every day I share my experience while crafting something new, it’s fantastic".

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