Hey my beautiful ladies! I’m not sure if you’ve noticed, but ear cuffs have been making their way onto just about every earlobe this year. If you want to take your earrings at the next level, bling and pretty, try ear cuff as optional accessories, and you have effortlessly made a style statement. Wearing one of these bold, edgy earrings will make you feel like a confident fashionista, ready to conquer the world.
Making your own ear cuff can be very simple, and I was thrilled with the creative ways these crafty girls have used jewelry pieces to turn it into a pretty ear cuff. These 15 statement DIY ear cuffs will turn heads and be a great addition to any jewelry collection. I hope you will end up making several for you and several more to give to your friends as a gift.
DIY Swarovski Ear Cuff
It’s important not to skimp on the quality of materials for this tutorial – good glue and crystals are a must for that strong hold and sophisticated sparkle!
DIY Gem Ear Cuff
Arrange the gems on a piece of felt, keeping a slight curve and the largest gems at the bottom. Once you like the design, glue the sides of the gems together with E-6000. Let the glue dry completely and cut away the felt. With a dab of hot glue, attach a flat earring backing to the bottom gem.
DIY Beautiful Ear Cuff
DIY Embellished Ear Cuff
Note: You can bypass step 3, and cut out your ear cuff after you glued your the rhinestones on the clear vinyl. Make sure it dried thoroughly before cutting. This makes it very sturdy if you created a larger ear cuff.
DIY Glammin’ Ear Cuff
Pair theses with an all-black getup and let them shine.
DIY Chain Ear Cuff
DIY Vintage Fringe Ear Cuff
DIY Wire Ear Cuff
DIY Pretty in Pink Ear Cuff
Wearing them with your hair up is always a bonus so they can really stand out and shine.
Ear Cuff Tutorial: The Double-Loop Technique
If you are adding beads, be sure to very, very slightly bend the wire just above and below the beads in order to hold them in place.
DIY: Ear Cuff with Chains
You can add pearls or decorate it in many other ways to get a unique piece of jewelry. You can squeeze the ring a bit to make it fit your ear better.
DIY: How to Make a Bow Ear Cuff
A pretty simple project if you have the right tools.