How to Make NO-SEW Tassel Earrings in less than 5 minutes

Tassel earrings have been on trend lately. I’ve seen actresses wearing them on TV and people I run to in the mall have them as well. I thought of making one since I already have all the materials needed to make it. Plus, I find it so easy to do that I was able to make several pairs in less than 5 minutes.


  • Scissors
  • Suede strings (or any string or yarn you want to use
  • clasps
  • glue (I use E6000, which is great for jewelry making, but any super glue will do)


  1. Cut 10 (or more if you want) strings according to your desired length.
  2. Put some E6000 glue inside the clasp.
  3. Hold all the cut strings together and put all their one ends inside the clasp.
  4. Let it dry.
  5. Done! Now, for earrings, just attach the hooks. If you want to use these as key chains or bag tassels, just hook them.

Super easy. Some sew them, but I honestly find using glue easier as I don’t have the luxury of time to sew. Plus, E6000 glue holds really well.

If you are in Jeddah, you can find this in EXO-Alesayi in Makaronah souq. You’ll also find great jewelry supplies there. Love that place. =) Here’s the location: If the map doesn’t show search for Alesayi Exo on Google Maps.

If you have yarn or thick threads, you can watch this tutorial by Pair & Spare. She did a three layer tassel earring tutorial.

Check out this DIY tassel earring board on Pinterest for more ideas.

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28 thoughts on “How to Make NO-SEW Tassel Earrings in less than 5 minutes

  1. I’ve been seeing these earrings since last year pero hindi ko bumili kasi feeling ko di bagay sa akin and ang mahal din siya ha. I prefer simple earrings and my favorite is pearl earrings. Your tassel earrings are nice, mukhang madali lang pala gawin.

  2. Been wanting to diy my own tassel earrings because I love wearing it! Need to look into local shops for the diy accessories but don’t have the time na. Love this!

  3. Looks really easy to do! I just don’t know if earrings like these will fit me. Hindi kasi ako mahilig magsuot ng earrings since my ears are allergic, ang bilis kumati. Singsing lang lagi kong suot, relo minsan,. haha.

    1. Same here. I don’t wear them. I just make them for others who might like them, but I might be = using these ones as bag chains or tassels. =)

  4. I really liked how you made this diy tassle earings, I believe na pwde siyang maiachieve ng kahit na sino lalo na yung mga walang talent sa pagtatahi, I am just wondering kung kaya ba ng glue yung mas manipis na sinulid? kasi I prefered yung mas maliit na tassles eh

    1. Yes, it will hold. Be sure to use E6000 or any strong glue. You have to leave it for hours to dry (I think I should add that in the post) before actually attaching it to hooks just to be safe.

  5. MY mom got a number of those tassel earrings. She loves them so much she wants all colors and sizes and shapes. So when I went to UP Town, I bought her half a dozen tassel earrings. And a pair costs about P100-150. Susme, I should have done them myself. And my mom would appreciate them more knowing that I made them myself.

  6. Wow! Ok ito sis ha, looks so easy to do, I bought a pair for P150 sa bazaar 🙂
    mas tipid pa kapag DIY. di ba?

  7. I used to have patience making all sorts of crafts and beads etc and if I still have it, I’d def do this coz I wanted to wear tassel earrings. I don’t like what I see in the malls kc hahhahahaha

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