DIY Banjara Tassel Coin Earrings

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The Gujrati Lane in Janpath has to be one of my favorite places. Its a paradise for a handicrafts lover like me. It is super colorful and has so much to offer that I want to buy anything and everything. I have been crushing over tassels lately and the bag in this picture is the inspiration behind this post. I have already done a post on DIY tassel earring on the blog earlier and here’s another. Obsessed much. Yes!

The steps are pretty simple and the outcome is really amazing.

Materials 

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Colorful threads
3D Fabric outliner (blue)
Fabric Glue
Old 2 Rupee Coin ( get the old ones for the vintage vibe)
Thick Fabric ( As the base to paste the coin )
Crystals
A pair of long earrings
Scissors
Pencil
Forceps

Follow these steps to make yourself a pair of these pretty earrings

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Start by outlining the circumference of the coin on the thick fabric.

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Cut the outlined circumference using scissors.

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Paste the coin on the fabric using fabric glue.

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Outline the circumference in Royal Blue color (or any color of your choice) using 3D fabric outliner.

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So this is how it would look after you are done outlining.

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So the next step is to make a lot of tassels in different colors. I made four tassels in each color. Since I couldn’t click pictures of how to makes tassels, I am sharing this video that teaches you how to make tassels.

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So this is how it looks after attaching all the tassels.

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The next step is to chop the tassels using a scissor to make an uniform circle.

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Attach the earrings to this colorful circle using needle and thread. You can also glue it if you want but I personally feel sewing it would make it more sturdy.

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The last step is to add the crystals on the circumference using fabric glue and forceps.

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Add a drop of fabric glue and place the crystal using the forceps.

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This how it would look after you are done attaching the crystals.

I did a little photoshoot with my baby sis Manjari to show you guys how amazing these look when worn.

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I am totally in love with this picture.

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So what do you think? Don’t they look amazing?
Also whenever I post a DIY, a lot of you guys tell me that you aren’t that creative or you aren’t good at painting, so I have a solution for you guys.

You can buy these earrings at the accessories section here.
To order drop a mail at charuta@modayalda.com

I hope you guys liked this DIY. I had so many requests for more DIYs on Moda Yalda.
I hope you like this one u I work until I work on more.
Don’t forget to comment and tell me.

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