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Tassle Time Earrings Project
Tassle Time Earrings Project
Item Id: PROJ-03732
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Project Description:

These tassles also come in gold!



Author Susie Henderson
Susie Henderson
Auntie's Beads Co-founder & Jewelry Designer
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Instructions:


1. Open eye pin and attach tassle.

2. On eye pin, add 5mm silver, 4mm silver and 3mm silver.

3. Make loop. Open ear wire and attach loop.

Materials and Tools Needed:

Silver Plated Tassel, 1 and 1/2" (2 pieces)
Sterling Silver French Wires, Bag of 10 (1 pair)
2 Inch Silver Eye Pins, 21 Gauge, Bag of 10 (2 pieces)
Sterling Silver Seamless Beads, 3mm, Bag of 25 (2 pieces)
Sterling Silver Seamless Beads, 4mm, Bag of 25 (2 pieces)
Sterling Silver Seamless Beads, 5mm, Bag of 10 (2 pieces)

Material and Supplies Used in This Project:
Silver Plated Tassle, 1 and 1/2"
Silver Plated Tassle, 1 and 1/2"
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Sterling Silver Seamless Beads, 5mm, 10pc
Sterling Silver Seamless Beads, 5mm, 10pc
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Your Price: $4.99
Sterling Silver Seamless Beads, 3mm, 25pc
Sterling Silver Seamless Beads, 3mm, 25pc
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Your Price: $3.99
2 Inch Sterling Silver Eye Pins, 21 Gauge, Piece
2 Inch Sterling Silver Eye Pins, 21 Gauge, Piece
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Your Price: $0.89
Sterling Silver French Wires, Pair
Sterling Silver French Wires, Pair
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Round Nose Pliers
Round Nose Pliers
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Classic Nipper Tool
Classic Nipper Tool
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Customer Reviews
So cute for her!
I made these for one of my daughters and now I want to keep them! You have to KNOW how to make the loop at the top of the eye-pin. If you aren't sure, practice, practice. Other than that, these are easy to make :D
Reviewed by: Barbara Huff from Saint George. on 2/19/2011