I did some window shopping at online stores to check out some tassel earrings and whoa! Tassel earrings cost, well, don’t ask. Didn’t know they can cost that much LOL. But for girls like us who know how to do crafts, there wouldn’t be a problem at all. So, I decided to make my own tassel earrings and these earrings tutorials I found will be my inspiration.
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Now that I have some tips for making tassel earrings it is time to shop for the materials!
|The designer’s choice for soft, natural materials like pearls, turquoise and malachite. Selected from the finest fibers of the silk cocoon, every thread is smooth and supple by nature, with the tensile strength to withstand even the heaviest materials. Sold per 2-yard card with flexible stainless steel needle integrated into one end of the thread for your stringing ease. Color may vary from dye lot to dye lot.|
|Bead caps can direct the attention focus to specialty accent beads in your jewelry designs. They can also be a great help when mixing small bead spacers with large-hole beads.
|Antique silver-plated cord ends are versatile components ideal for finishing cord, accentuating beads or gathering multiple strands or kumihimo braided cord. Use a small amount of glue for added security, such as G-S Hypo fabric cement.|
|This flat cable steel chain features an antique silver plating and offers a cost-effective alternative to sterling silver for the designer looking to save a buck.|
|Sterling silver jumprings are quality, versatile staple items for jewelry-artists. Jumpring size, gauge and inside diameter are approximate.|
|Heavy earwire with wire spinner design and a loop for hanging dangles.|