DIY Mixed Media Tassel Earrings
Keeping in this week’s unofficial geode jewelry theme, I’m really pumped to share this mixed media tassel earring DIY with you. I had the idea to do an earring like this after discovering mixed media jewelry designer Nikki Couppee on Instagram. This California-based artist combines beautiful stones, bold colors, and contrasting textures to create pieces that are nothing less than works of art.
When I came across these tinsel tassels, pink druzy slabs and green glitter beads on Woman Shops World, this DIY was a done deal. Use these super easy instructions to mix and match your choice of playful elements and create earrings that are all your own.
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- Tinsel tassels
- Pink druzy slab beads
- Green glitter rock beads
- Freshwater pearl beads
- Earring posts
- Earring backs
- Strong craft glue (E6000 is the best)
- Trim tassels to 2.5″
- Lay out beads and tassel to your liking on each pink druzy slab
- Squeeze a very small dot of glue on the back of each decorative element, place on pink slab and press firmly. Let dry.
- Glue earring post to the back of each earring, ideally covering the bead holes. Let dry.
- Rock your awesome new earrings like a boss!
< photos by becca siegel photo & the neon tea party >
peace, love & neon,
Hi love your work. Am wondering about your bag, is that for sale or is it a kit. Did you make it.
It’s darling… thank you, Joan speicher
Hi Joan, thank you so much for the kind words!! The bag is in fact vintage. 🙁 But I’ll be you can get a silk purse, some fun charms, sequins, seed beads and needle & thread and DIY yourself a fun little clutch! If you do attempt it and have any questions, feel free to reach out if I could be helpful! Enjoy your weekend! xx Marisa