I’m a sucker for charms, so when I saw a set on Pick Your Plum back in the winter, I couldn’t resist them. But, like all my craft supplies, once I got them I was reluctant to use them, telling myself I was waiting for the perfect project to pop into my head. Well, it finally did…some simple little drop earrings. And guess what? I didn’t even have to make a trip to the craft store…everything was right in my jewelry supply drawer. Sometimes being a hoarder pays off.
They really are the same length…I just didn’t get them even in the photo. But on with the show.
The supplies you’ll need:
- 2 matching charms
- Fishhook earrings
- Headpins with a loop at the end for the charms
- Jewery pliers (roundnose and/or needlenose)
These are so simple to make…you’ll be addicted! First, attach the charms through the loop on the end of the headpin. Next, string a few beads on the headpin. Make a loop at the other end of the beads. If you haven’t done that before, you can see a step by step on this post. Lastly, attach the beaded portion to your earring, and you’re done!
Ready for your closeup!