I get requests ALL the time asking me to do more DIY posts on the blog so that is exactly what I am going to share today! I see people wearing these super cute tassel earrings all the time and I love them! However, they are SUPER easy and cheap to make yourself so you can save some money!


  • Embroidery Floss
  • Earring Hooks
  • Jump Ring
  • Scissors
  • Index Card or Card Stock

Step 1: First step is to cut the index card or piece of card stock to the length you want your earring to be. Mine is about 2.5 inches.



Step 2: You are going to wrap the embroidery floss around the index card. You keep wrapping until you reach your desired thickness. I tend to use half of the thread for one earring. (The entire thing for a pair)


Step 3: Use a small piece of embroidery floss and tie the top of the loop.


Step 4: Carefully slide the tassel off the index card and wrap the extra embroidery floss around the top as shown in the photo. Once you finish tie in a tight knot. You do not want this to come untied because your entire tassel will come apart.


Step 5: Now you will cut the bottom of the tassel and make sure it is even with the other earring. Then use the jump ring to attach the earring hook to the tassel.


You are done! Repeat these steps to make the second earring!

I want to make these earrings in every color! I hope you love this DIY as much as I do! If you have any requests for other DIYs people let me know!

Thank you so much for reading!

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