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Lately, I realized my jewelry is in need of some updating. I tend to fall in love with something and wear it everywhere. I decided to make some cute similar alternative styles so I could change up my everyday favs into some new fun jewelry. Enter the Long Dangle Suede Fringe Earrings!
These earrings are so simple to make and will be a great addition to your boho necklaces or accessories. Looking for that one of a kind gift? This DIY could be it! Here’s how to make them and you can find the supplies with links below.
Long Dangle Suede Fringe Earrings
- 1/8 inch Suede Leather Lace: Dark Brown
- Polyester Thread: Brown
- Hot Glue & Gun
- Gold Earring Hoop: Small 15mm (Michaels)
- Gold Earring Hooks
Cut 4 strips of Suede Leather Lace. Cut two of strips to 12 inches and two strips to 14 inches. Pull them through the small earring loop.
Bunch up one end of the suede strips and loop it back through the earring hoop. Pull the strands down and arrange them so they are uneven.
Lay the suede strips evenly at the top of the hoop. Tie a piece of thread around the top suede strips. Add a dot of hot glue to the knot. Wrap some of the thread around the suede strips and then hot glue the4 end to secure the thread tightly.
Trim the loops of suede strips on the bottom unevenly. Add an earring hook to the earring hoop, fluff the suede and wear!
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