DIY Fabric Flower Earrings – Simple and Easy

These cute diy fabric flower earrings are so stylish, versatile, and crazily easy to make. They can be made in just a few minutes with just a few supplies from the craft store. Learn how you can make fabric flower earrings right here.

Hey everyone! Today I’m sharing a fun and stylish crafty fabric flower earrings that I made with some scrapbooking flowers. It was lots of fun making them, as mus as when I made my Mini Clothespin Earrings.

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DIY Fabric Flower Earrings

If you have been a follower of The Crafting Nook for a while now, you probably know how much I love crafty and handmade jewelry and all kinds of cute accessories.

I enjoy making them from whatever cutie item I can find. It’s fun to use things that not everyone can have or think of using for jewelry.

Whenever I’m in a craft store, especially in the scrapbooking section, I can see all kinds of cute items I can use for jewelry making. That’s how I found these pretty fabric flowers.

You can definitely make the flowers yourself because they too are super easy to make. Keep reading as I’ll share a resource where you can learn how to make this type of flower.

If you are new to TCN, you will notice this in no time LOL!

This kind of craft like fabric flower earrings can be made with and by kids of course always supervised.

I’m so eager to make some of these things with my girl but she is not at that stage just yet! Hope you like it!

How to Make Fabric Flower Earrings at home

Hope these cute fabric flower earrings bring you some inspiration.

overhead view of the pink and green DIY Fabric Flower Earrings

Supplies:

  • Earring hooks
  • Small jump rings – 5mm
  • Medium jump rings -3mm
  • Scrapbooking Fabric Flowers
  • Small round pieces of felt

Tools:

  • Big needle {embroidery ones}
  • Flat nose pliers
  • Round nose pliers
image of supplies

Instructions:

1. Let’s start with these cute fabric flower earrings!

pliers, needle, hoop and fabric flower with button

2. Using the needle make a hole in one petal of the fabric flower. You can move around the needle a little so the hole gets a bit bigger.

Passing the needle through the edge of the peel flower petal

3. Then using your 2 pliers open the large and medium jump rings.

Opening the small jump ring with the pliers

4. Insert the big one into the hole made by the needle. This is tricky but it goes through.

Placing the hoop on the fabric flower

5. Then insert the small jump ring in the earring hook.

Placing the small jump ring on earring hook

6. Close it and insert it into the big jump ring.

joining the flower and the earring hook through the big jump ring

7. Close the jump ring.

Showing the earring done

8. If the flowers were a bit ugly on the back, cut some small rounded pieces of felt.

Applying hot glue to the earring

9. Glue them to the back of the flower with hot glue.

placing a small rounded piece of felt on earring

Now it’s perfect!

10. Repeat all the steps with the second earring.

 That’s it, Tadaaaaa!!! You go one cute pair of earrings.

Showing finished earrings in hand

I even made a couple more in different colors! Woot! Love them!

Showing 2 pairs of earrings of different colors

Aaaand look how they look when I wear them!

Me Wearing Pink DIY Fabric Flower Earrings whole face

Crafting Tips

* I always work with what I have because what I make is mostly for my own use, my family’s, or small gifts. I don’t look for perfection, only that it looks good, that is low-budget and long-lasting solution. BUT if you plan on selling the items you make, I recommend investing in the right tools and aiming for high-quality items.

* Although you can find the cutest fabric flowers in the scrapbooking section of your local craft store, you can alternatively make them yourself using scrap fabric or ribbons. Here’s a great tutorial to make flowers.

* If you have an eyelet plier, you can use it to create the whole of the flower.

* Add a tiny dab of fabric glue or clear nail polish in the fabric where the jump ring went through so the fabric doesn’t fray.

Pink and Green DIY Fabric Flower Earrings hanging from a cute glass on the table
The pink DIY Fabric Flower Earrings hanging from the glass
The green DIY Fabric Flower Earrings hanging on the cute glass

What do you think??? have you make diy fabric earrings before???

Frequently Asked Questions

What to buy to make homemade earrings?

If you are completely new to jewelry making you can start with only a few basic supplies and go from there. You will need Earring hooks, Glue, or a hot glue gun, jewelry wire, small pliers (round, flat, bent nose pliers), jump rings, flat and eye pins, and your min decorative element (beads, pendants, etc) among other things.

What can I turn into earrings?

Pretty much ANYTHING! small toys, wooden shapes, whatever strikes your fancy, and is small enough to wear in your ears! Places like party stores or the dollar store are great for small, fun things on the cheap.

What is the easiest type of jewelry to make?

Besides this one in the tutorial. Handmade beaded jewelry can be some of the simplest or most intricate jewelry designs depending on which beads are used. Makers can use beads on a single strand of stringing material to create bracelets and necklaces.

What are the most important pliers for jewelry making?

Round nose pliers, chain nose pliers, flat nose pliers, bent nose pliers, crimping pliers, and side cutters are considered to be the most essential pliers that all beginners and advanced jewelers should own. Almost all jewelry projects can be executed with these pliers.

More Jewelry Making Ideas To Try

If you enjoyed this cute fabric flower earrings tutorial, you might also love these other handmade jewelry project ideas too:

✂️ Tutorials

DIY Fabric Flower Earrings 2 pairs one pink one green hanging from a glass

DIY Fabric Flower Earrings

Camila Rojas
These cute diy fabric flower earrings are so stylish, versatile, and crazily easy to make. They can be made in just a few minutes with just a few supplies from the craft store. Learn how you can make fabric flower earrings right here.
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 20 mins
Course DIY & Craft
Cuisine Gifts, Handmade Jewelry
Servings 1 Pair

Equipment

  • Big needle {embroidery ones}
  • Flat Nose Pliers
  • Round nose pliers

Ingredients
  

  • Earring hooks
  • Small jump rings – 5mm
  • Medium jump rings -3mm
  • Scrapbooking Fabric Flowers
  • Small round pieces of felt

Instructions
 

  • Let’s start with these cute fabric flower earrings!
  • Using the needle make a hole in one petal of the fabric flower. You can move around the needle a little so the hole gets a bit bigger.
  • Then using your 2 pliers open the large and medium jump rings.
  • Insert the big one into the hole made by the needle. This is tricky but it goes through.
  • Then insert the small jump ring in the earring hook.
  • Close it and insert it into the big jump ring.
  • Close the jump ring.
  • If the flowers were a bit ugly on the back, cut some small rounded pieces of felt.
  • Glue them to the back of the flower with hot glue.
  • Now it’s perfect!
  • Repeat all the steps with the second earring.
  • That’s it, Tadaaaaa!!! You go one cute pair of fabric flower earrings.
Keyword diy fabric flower earringns, diy hanmade jewely, fabric flower flower earrings diy

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10 Comments

  1. These earrings are so totally adorable! love these and appreciate the tute! Thanks for sharing with us at Snickerdoodle Sunday!

    1. Yayyyy Thanks so much Kristi. Happy to have you visiting and so glad you like these! haha those were fun to make! and guess what there’s more coming on this field LOL.
      XOXO