Do you ever find something you want to buy but theres that niggly little feeling that you could make it yourself just as nice? I get that a lot and whilst most of the time the convenience of being able to buy something at the click of a button gets the better of me, this is one time I didn't cave in. After recently perusing the jewellery section of ASOS (a regular occurrence at the moment let me tell you!) I found these earrings and fell in love. I decided to give it a bash at making them myself and whilst the end product is quite different to the original I'm more than happy with result. So without further ado (because this introduction has been far to long already), heres how you make them...
You will need
2 x tassels in a colour of your choice with jump rings attached
2 x large daisy charms
2 x small daisy charms
2 x earring findings
2 x thick jump rings
8 x small jump rings
- Make your tassels for the bottom of your earrings. To do this I followed the instructions here.
- Gather all your materials and place it all in order so you know exactly what your earring is going to look like.
- Use some flat nosed pliers to open the jump ring attached to your tassel. Hook the tassel to your smaller flower and then close the jump ring. You now have the bottom of your earring!
- Follow this process of using jump rings to attach all of your parts together right to the top of the earring and you're done! How easy was that aye?!