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Friday, August 24, 2012

Asymmetrical Skull Earrings, DIY

I love the look of slightly different earrings, other wise know as Asymmetrical Earrings,
and I have seen them popping up all over the place.
 I am also so obsessed with skulls just like everyone else. 

Things you need.
  1. 2 Jump Rings 
  2. Skull bead. HERE
  3. Bracelet for beads* Michael's~ $3.99, I use the for lots of projects.
  4. Eye pin
  5. Rhinestone Chain and findings * Wa-lmart craft section
  6. Earring findings* Wal-mart, Michael's or Hobby Lobby.
  7. Pliers

Cut your rhinestone chain, 
One of them10 rhinestones lengths,
and the other 5 rhinestones lengths.

 Add your Rhinestone finding to the end of each length.

4 total

make your skull charm
Eyepin* eye part at the bottom* 
then a spacer bead ~from bracelet you cut up~, 
skull bead 
and another spacer bead.

with your pliers make a circle at the top of your eye pin.

slightly open up the bottom eye pin with your pliers.

Add your bead. 
( because I cut up a bracelet the beads are all ready to go.)
Open up your earring finding and attach your rhinestones.
* Make sure your rhinestones are facing the right way.

I made some in pink too.

Have a wonderful Friday
Lots of <3,


  1. Loving the asymmetrical and skull trends right now - but have honestly seen no DIY tutorials for asymmetrical earrings until yours. Also, the detail you put into your tutorials is so appreciated! I'm posting the top photo and a link back to your post on my blog - I hope this is alright.

    1. Of course it is great. Thank you so much.:)

  2. Whaouuu, so lovely and I really love the asymmetrical style ;-)

  3. somehow i stumbled across your blog! it's quite lovely and creative, and i absolutely love how easy it is to diy. (or at least you make it look easy enough to try) :P

  4. Great tutorial! I'm using lots of "bought jewelry" instead of buying single beads, too. :) Greets, lici

  5. Those asymmetrical skull Earrings are looking cool and funky. I have seen the pics and found it very simple to make. I'll try it sometime.

  6. I'm loving this! My sister and I have been looking for some cool, unique things for Dia de los Muertos. I need to make these! Where did you find your skull beads? I really like their look over the cheap plastic skulls I've seen.

    1. Right next to the skull, in things you need list, there is a link that will show you where you can buy some..


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