DIY Fringe Earrings & Necklace

This faux-leather fringe comes in gorgeous shade of bright pink that is perfect for summer accessories. Check out the different ways you can use a yard to make fun fringed jewelry.
Tools and Materials for Earrings:
Jump rings
Cut a piece of trim about an inch long.

Place trim in ribbon crimp, and close crimp shut with the pliers.

Open up a jump ring with your pliers.
Loop jump ring through the ribbon crimp, and add an earring hook.
Close the jump ring.
Trim down the fringe to make a point.
Repeat to make a second earring.
Tools and Materials for Necklace:
32 inches of 3mm chain
8 jump rings
Cut the leather into 3 2-inch pieces.
Trim the leather, making a point.
Repeat with the other 2 pieces of fringe.
Open up two jump rings with the pliers, and loop through the corners of the fringe.
Attach the jump rings to each end of the chain.
Add jump rings to the second piece of fringe, and attach to the chain, above the first piece.
Repeat to create a third tier of fringe. Add clasp to the back of the necklace.
Written by Erin of ThanksIMadeIt

11 comments on “DIY Fringe Earrings & Necklace

  1. Jewelry Rage says:

    Great tutorial I love this necklace!

  2. Lisa says:

    The necklace looks awesome! Love the colour

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  4. Mardi Robyn says:

    so cute!! I like this!

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  6. Sue says:

    Cute necklace and earrings.

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  8. Amber F says:

    I just wanted to give a shout out that I featured this amazing tutorial on Tile Lifestyle’s DIY Trend: Fringe post! ( Thank you for providing such detailed tutorials; it is much appreciated!

  9. domain says:

    You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this topic to be really
    something which I think I would never understand.

    It seems too complex and very broad for me. I’m looking forward
    for your next post, I will try to get the hang of it!

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