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Learn how to make peacock feather earrings with JewelleryMaker.
These easy to follow step by step instructions will give you a luxurious end result and you’ll wear these earrings with so much pride that they will become an instant conversation piece. Commonly used in hair accessories as a focal point of the piece, these are also perfect for festival season jewellery. This pair of Peacock Feather Earrings are guaranteed to make such a fashion statement. Why not elevate your style by creating a matching long chain Peacock Feather Necklace to match? Share your incredible festival style designs with us via social media, head to our Instagram, Twitter and Facebook pages when you have completed your piece.
Trim the peacock feathers with scissors so you have just the 'eye' on a long stem.
Add a dab of glue into a ribbon cord end, place a feather face down into it so the folded part of the ribbon cord and will be at the back of the feather.
Once dry, use flat nose pliers to gently fold the ribbon cord ends down over the feather to secure it in place. Trim away the excess stem.
Take a fancy headpin, add on a peacock pearl, a small spacer bead, a rondelle spacer and another small spacer bead, then make a wrapped loop at the top, hooking in the end link of a 10 cm piece of chain before you wrap the loop.
Open the jump ring on the top of the ribbon cord end and hook on the chain with the pearl dangle so that it sits behind the feather.
Using flat nose pliers twist the loop at the base of a shepherds hook earring finding so it faces forward.
Open it and hook through the jumpring at the top of your feather, close it to complete.
Repeat the process to make the second earring.
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