So lately I'm noticing a LOT of fringing. Obviously because it's summer and everything is snipped into strips. But I've come across (let's call it a mini trend) fringed earrings. They look really cool (I use the word cool a lot) and are perfect for the festival season and can transform a regular look to a hip hoppity hippie or a glam gypsy.
So let's get fringey!
You will need:
Some fringing (obvs) - I got mine in a cute lil store in Powerscourt Dublin called A. Rubanesque - It has the most AMAZING fringing, ribbons, lace etc..it was like a material dreamworld.
The little essentials you need to make earrings - I don't know ANY of the proper names but you'll see them in the pic - I bought all of this stuff in Beads and Bling on Wellington Quay D2.
Jewelry pliers - I didn't have a pair so I attempted to use the ones we had in the tool box..they didn't work.
Roll up the fringing until it fits into the cap
Add some glue to the inside of the fringe so that it sits like this without unraveling
Add some glue to the top - only a little!
Place the bead cap on top and let it sit for a few minutes until the glue dries
Push the wire up the middle of the fringe through the top of the cap keeping the loop at the bottom
Slide the wire through the loops of the hooks and bend at the desired length
Bend the remainder of the wire and wrap around the original piece. I could have done this A LOT tidier if I had proper pliers and loops but I was too eager to do this D.I.Y and really who's going to be looking THAT close at my earrings!?
I gave them a lil snip 'cause they were quite long too.
There you go!
Pretty easy if you put your mind to it!
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Also if you're not much of a creative cat I spotted Galway fashionista Sinead from Cotton Face Vintage selling them for a great price HERE