|Long single earring|
How to make a long single earring
This blog post is a few days late. Sincerest apologies. Things have been a bit busy.
I originally wanted to show a fabric wrap bracelet that I saw a good few weeks back but trying to recreate it has not been as easy as I thought. Hopefully I will have it figured out in the next few weeks.
While I was catching up on some of the fashion newsletters
|You need chain, earring hook and O-Ring|
I saw the statement item of the season a few times – a long single earring. Love. Love. Love.
And so easy to make.
|Cut chain 10 to 12 centimetres long|
Fortunately I always have a big fat stash of DIY equipment and so had an earring hook, chain and a large O-Ring. I used these O-Rings to make – finger tip rings – in an older post.
Here’s how you make this statement earring.
You need: –
earring hook – any type will do
You do: –
Cut your piece of chain to the length that works for you. My chain is 12 centimetres long but that might be a bit too long for you.
The only slight problem with such a long chain is that it may hook and catch on collars or scarves.
Attach your earring hook at one end.
|Add earring hook and O-Ring at each end|
Attach the large O-Ring at the other end.
Voila! One new – bang on trend – earring.
Scroll up to the top of this page to find older DIYs and ideas in the Greenie Galleries.
More next week.