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Red and Black Dangly Plastic Earrings

By: Jessica Tucker
Red and Black Dangly Plastic Earrings
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For these Red and Black Dangly Plastic Earrings, you need a sheet of red plastic canvas and a sheet of black plastic canvas. From the red canvas, cut one large piece, taper the ends, then make one small piece also tapered at the end. Repeat the same two pieces with the black. Now using a piece of earring wire, put one earring hook than one large red, small black, large black than finally small red tie it off.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Bead Technique UsedStitched


Materials List

  • Red plastic canvas
  • Black plastic canvas
  • Jewlry wire
  • Earring hooks


  1. Cut out a 7x4 piece from both the red and black canvas

  2. Cut out a piece of 5x4 from both the red and black

  3. Taper the ends of all of the pieces

  4. Using the jewlry wire add one earring hook on the wire

  5. Add one large red

  6. Add one large black

  7. Add one small red

  8. Add small black

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