arrowhead earrings

A few summers ago I shared these simple arrowhead earrings over on the Ruche blog and after finding them over the weekend stashed with my jewelry I realized that I had never shared the full tutorial here. I thought it would be a fun one for the sunny season - these take no time at all and make a big statement!

two different colors of suede
jump rings
a pair of ear wires

sharp scissors
jewelry pliers
fabric glue
small nail

1. Cut two triangles and two smaller diamond shapes from the pieces of suede.

2. Glue the diamond shapes onto the triangle by folding it in half on top making them as straight as possible.

3. Use a couple of clothes pins or heavy books and press the pieces together until the glue dries. 

4. Using a hammer and a small nail pierce a small hole into each corner of the triangles.

5. Use the jewelry pliers to add a jump ring and a small length of chain to each corner through the holes you just made. Make sure to count the chain links so that each side is equal.

6. Add a larger jump ring to connect the two lengths of chain and then hang them on the ear wires. 

I love fun and easy - a group of friends bought the supplies and made these at a girls night with different colored suede...lots of appetizers and wine too doesn't that sound like a perfect night? Craving a girls crafting night over here - maybe I need to get something in the works any locals want to join me? Hope you have a bright sunny day today the weather is just perfect here in Seattle!


  1. super fun, love the bright coral-ish color!

  2. these are so pretty, thanks for sharing!!

  3. Very pretty earrings! The length in the photo is really a nice length. My family and I just moved to the other side of the mountains a handful of weeks ago, otherwise I'd be asking for an invite to your craft night! :) Hope it comes to fruition and you have a nice time.

  4. Craft night sounds AWESOME!!!

  5. So cute! I pinned this to my DIY board on Pinterest. Love it.

    Kate from Clear the Way


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