Currently listening to Frank Ocean – IVY 

While others were battling with drumsticks and chicken wings, i spent my Christmas Day making Pom Pom earrings and it was absolutely worth it! I was going to buy this on asos but when I calculated the price and shipping fee as its not up to $20 I decided to make it myself from things I already own without spending a dime and you know I gotta share how I made it here because showing that being stylish doesn’t have to cost an arm and leg is my thing.

What You’d Need : 

* Any fluffy material (I use a faux fur collar I thrifted a while back)
* Old long earrings (or a new long earring you hate like how I didn’t like the style of this one my mum bought me).

* A pair of sharp scissors.

* Glue.

* Needle & Thread

What You Have To Do : 

* If your earrings are like mine you’d have to detach the loops at the bottom. 

* Cut out two equal pieces from your fabric of choice.

* Take one piece of fabric, apply glue over the back side and roll it into a ball to keep it secured then with the needle and thread sew it in place. Repeat for second piece of fabric. 

* With the needle and thread, attach your fluffy balls to the bottom of each earring. 

* With your scissors, trim the PomPoms into a nice desirable shape.

* Lastly, wear your earrings, go forth and SLAYYYYYY. 

I’ve been wearing this earring non stop since I made it (confession : I wore it to bed on the first night lol) and it’s still as beautiful as the first time I wore it so these steps are tested and trusted. I hope you find this tutorial easy to do and give it a trial.

            Till next time… xoxo.

What’s your take on the PomPom earrings? Would you give this DIY a try? How will you style this? Looking forward to your replies.


48 thoughts on “DIY | POMPOM EARRINGS

  1. Omg!!! This is really so easy. I wish I was a diy person but I’m always too lazy. I’ll try to pick up this habit soon. Great post ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™ love the earrings


  2. Totally going to try this really into diy for a lot of stuff from clothes to furniture. Looking forward to more diy stuff from you this year!!!! Your blog is amazing


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