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DIY~Beautiful & EASY Holiday Earrings Made From Dollar Tree Sequins!



Make beautiful sequin earrings for the holidays with Dollar Tree sequins and jump rings! Even if you've never attempted jewelry making before, you can make these! It is simply a matter of opening jump rings and adding sequins. They look so elegant and delicate on your ears and are extremely lightweight! Not to mention, just PENNIES to make. Click on the following link to see my full YouTube tutorial on how to make these earrings:





Materials Needed For Each PAIR of Earrings:

26 6mm Dollar Tree Sequins (They come in 6 different coordinating shades per card.)
14 7mm Jump Rings
2 French Hook Ear Wires 

Flat Nose Pliers 
Tweezers (optional)

*I also did a similar tutorial using seed beads and jump rings a few years back. Check out my YouTube channel by clicking on the YouTube icon in my sidebar. 


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