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Fantasy Titania Gold Earrings
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What you will need...
The Fantasy Titania Earrings glitter and sparkle as you wear them. The pretty metallic flowers will swing and move as you wear these beautiful earrings, making sure the crystals catch the light. The volcano crystals pick up different colours as they move, giving them an intriguing appeal. Create your own fantasy when you Take a Make Break this weekend.
STEP 1: Take 25 flower charms. Squeeze some glue on to a piece of scrap paper and use tweezers to place a flat back crystal into the glue, applying to the flat area. Place the crystal into the centre of the flower and leave to dry.
STEP 2: Open a jump ring. Thread on a crystal centred flower charm placing the ring through a hole on the middle row (NOT the petals). Attach to the bottom hole on the earring base and close the jump ring.
STEP 3: Repeat step 1, adding a flower charm to each hole on the earring base. There are 25 in total, and we found starting at the bottom and working upwards worked best. You will need to make sure each jump ring is threaded through in the same way to make the flower charms lie properly.
STEP 4: Use a jump ring to attach to an earwire. Repeat steps 1-4 to create your second earring.