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How to make trendy DIY Hoop Tassel Earrings. Fun DIY tassels added to hoop earrings. They would make great gifts too! For more fun earring projects see my Jewelry DIY page.

DIY Hoop Tassel Earrings, navy blue tassel earrings, cream tassel hoop earrings, white tassel hoop earrings

Hey, guys, I am back with yet another trendy Tassel DIY! This time I am making Hoop Tassel Earrings! There are similar ones I found on the Anthro site and I knew they would be super simple to recreate.

I found some great gold earring hoop findings that you just add a hook too, so all I had to do was add a tassel, assemble and wear. Check out how easy these tassel hoop earrings are to make.

How to make DIY Hoop Tassel Earrings

Supplies:

earring findings for hoop tassel earrings

Instructions:

These are super simple to make, so let’s get started!

gold ring tassel

Feed the embroidery floss through an oval shaped jump ring.

how to tye a tassel

Fold it in half. Tie a short piece of floss in a knot around the folded floss.

Wrap the floss ends around tassel and hot glue them down.

gold rings on blue tassels

Add an oval jump ring over the floss ends.

how to make a tassel from embroidery floss

Trim the ends of the floss. Use a hair comb to separate the strands and the smooth out the ends of the tassel. Trim again if needed.

Attach the jump ring to the earring hoop. Then attach the hoop to a hook and repeat to make two earrings and that’s it! So fun and trendy to wear!

white tassel earrings, white tassel gold hoop earrings

Don’t feel like making them? Try these Tassel Earring favs!

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Check out more of my many Tassel Projects~

19 Comments

  1. Is the off-white color tassel made with the “cotton cording” you have on supply list? What is that? What size or where would I find this? Thanks- so cute!!

  2. What size are the hoops you use?

    1. I used 40mm hoops. Click the link in the supply list and it shows you the size. I bought mine in a set of 3 sizes at Walmart.

  3. Charlotte says:

    How big are he oval jump rings that you used?

    1. Hi Charlotte,
      There is a link to them on Amazon in my supply list. They are 8mm.
      Kim

  4. Would it be possible to show a pic of the white embroidery thread while still on the spool so that I’ll know what I’m looking for in the store? Thanks so much!

    1. Hi Tara,
      Since there is so much interest in the white tassel earring added an image of the 14m embroidery floss to my supply list. I hope this helps.
      Kim

  5. Hi! I love them! Just a question, the white tread seems diffrent, more shiny, its some diffrent ype of embroidery floss?

    1. Hi Helena,
      The blue earrings are made with standard 8m embroidery thread. The white ones are made with the larger spiral 14m kind. So they are fuller. I hope this helps I will update the post.
      Kim

    2. Andrea Wade says:

      How many did you use for a colored set? It looks like one whole thread for one tassel. Or did you use one for two?

      1. Hi Andrea,
        I used one skein of floss for each earring. So for one pair, you would need two skeins of floss.
        Kim

  6. Barbie Davidson says:

    I just LOVE these! Can’t wait to make them & other uses for the tassels.

  7. I love these earrings! How would I make them if I wanted to blend two colors together?

    1. Hi Nancy, I would look for embroidery floss in the two colors you want that are already a mixed or mix them your self. Buy the two colors, lay one edge of the floss over the other and use a comb to blend the two. I hope this helps.
      Kim

  8. Love these versatile tassel earrings. Different color tassels could be swapped out to match multiple outfits . . . so cute and casual, perfect for summer. Thanks for the tutorial.

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