Recycled white earrings

7 Jul

Hello everyone,

In every jewelry box lays a bracelet or a necklace you don’t like anymore or is damaged. I have a perfect solution for these jewelry, recycle them and make something new! Today we’ll make white recycled earrings.
The end result will look like this:

end result 

What we’ll need

what we"ll need

We will need:

  • 2 fishhook earrings
  • 2 head pins
  • 2 white pearls
  • 2 small round shells
  • 2 silver beads

In the picture you see two shinny beads. I don’t use them because the earrings would be to long. But if you like that you can add them just above the silver bead and attach them to a fishhook earring.

How it’s made

First of all we take a white pearl and put it on a head pin. The head pin will be to long, cut the head pin and put the piece of head pin aside because we will need this later.

pearl on head pin, cut

Now we make an eye on the other side of the head pin. After this we take a small round shell. Make sure that the shiny side of the shell is on top.

pearl and shell

Open the ring and attach the pearl on it. Make sure the ring is closed otherwise it’s possible you lose the shell.

pearl and shell

Next we take a silver bead and slide it on the piece of headpin we put aside. Make to eyes, one on each side.

silver bead

Open the ring and attach the silver bead on it. Again, make sure the ring is closed.

attach two pieces

Now the final step, attach the pendant on the fishhook earring. Open the eye of the fishhook earring, put the pendant on it and close it.

Repeat the steps above to make the second earring and we have recycled white earrings.

end result

See you next time!

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