~ Ooh la la ~ Easy DIY Button Earrings

What is it about that perfect pair of earrings that puts a smile on your face?
I'm in love with making jewellery, which can be very handy when I need earrings or a necklace to go with my outfit. Dangly earrings are a big YES for me! I'm not a big fan of massive hoops, or heavy bulky earrings. But I do adore dainty and unique dangly earrings!
Now another thing i love is buttons... So why not put the two of them together?

Here are some instructions to my super easy yet super pretty button earrings!

What You'll Need
6-8 cm of thin silver chain. - The more chain you use, the longer the earrings will get-
Assortment of lavender and light green buttons.
10-12 Jump Rings.
2x Earring Hooks
Chain Nose Pliers
Wire Cutters

Step 1. I started by gathering all my supplies. Then I cut my thin silver chain 2x 3cm
Step 2. Taking my chain nose pliers, I bent open my jump rings. I thread one open jump ring through each button then attached it to the chain.
Step 3. Once all my buttons had been attached to the chain, I checked it twice to make sure that they looked balanced, and well spaced out. Then attached them to the earring hooks with my chain nose pliers.

Voila! They're done! I hope you all enjoyed that tutorial, if you have any questions, comment away!
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  1. very nice looking and simple at the same time. I am going to try to make a pair.

    1. Thanks! They are surprisingly easy to make which makes them even more fun! :)

  2. Thank you for sharing. It is so awsome for artists to share their ideas and inspirations. This is such a great project for my grandbabies! THanks for your time! ~ Jenny

  3. I will have to try these; great idea, they are so cute!

  4. Very cute. I have a huge button collection and am on the hunt for button projects. Thanks so much for sharing.

  5. thanks for your informations :-)