The other day when I dug in my feather-box for the “Necklace à la Lanvin”, these pretty feathers of a guinea fowl came to light, which I’ve bought sometime before and nearly forgot them in my box. At that time I wanted to craft something from it fitting to my royal-blue dress.
While I was brooding on the crafting of the “Necklace à la Lanvin”, the guinea fowl and turkey feathers (along the way) turned into an earring during a fifteen minutes lasting crafting. I have therefore made the only one because I suggest two of such great and long earrings are a bit “too much”. With open hair when the feathers are only flashing through the strands of hair, I could certainly imagine both earrings. Let’s see if I even craft a second earring like this. Quickly made it would be …
Material And Tools – For This DIY Project You Need
- Guinea fowl feathers and turkey feathers
- Bead tips
- 2 chain links
- 2 ear hooks
- Jewelry pliers
- Jewelry chain (gracefully built)
DIY Tutorial: The Step-By-Step Craft Instructions
DIY Step 1
Cut the jewelry chain with pliers in several different length pieces.
DIY Step 2
Now attach a bead tip at every single feather.
DIY Step 3
Fix the jewelry chains to the single feathers. Two feathers I left without chains to attach them directly to the ear hook.
DIY Step 4
Attach all feathers and feather chains to the chain link.
DIY Step 5
Attach the ear hooks. DONE!