White Fan Tassel Fringe Earrings with Knotted Swarovski Iridescent Dreamy Rose Pearls
designed byBecky Dahl
Approximate Size3 Inches
fan tassels in this design.
Swarovski's Iridescent Dreamy Rose pearls are mesmerizing beads certain to draw the eye to your style. When used with Griffin silk cord and TierraCast findings in these fun fan fringe earrings, they become a playful pop of color with an irresistible sheen.
Remove the jump ring from a 1-inch white tassel. Once the jump ring is removed, use scissors to cut the head or looped top of the tassel off. Make sure to cut just above the wrap that creates the tassel. Repeat 5 times for a total of 6 trimmed tassels.
Add three of the trimmed tassels into a TierraCast antique silver-plated pewter crescent crimp end. You may have to open the inside of the crimp end a little with your pliers and then insert them. Position the tassels so that they create a fluffy, fanned look. Then, press the crimp end down around the tassels using flat nose or nylon jaw pliers. Press several times for a nice grip on all of the tassels, especially around the sides. You can give the tassels a little tug to check the grip, or you can also use glue on the top of the tassels for added security.
Unspool the Griffin No. 6 turquoise silk bead cord and pull on the cord to get out any kinks. Knot the loop of the TierraCast antique silver-plated pewter ethnic post earring to the end of the cord. Double the knot.
Slide a Swarovski 10mm coin crystal pearl in Iridescent Dreamy Rose up to the knot. Make a knot on the other side of the pearl to keep it in place. Double the knot.
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