How To Make Feather Earrings From Your Hunt!
2 feathers- pull out and cut to desired length (turkey, pheasant, duck…)
2 earring wires
2 eye pins
2 crimp beads
2 decorative beads
Long nose plier
Jewelry glue or super glue (if desired)
* Slide crimp bead and decorative bead down quill of feather
* Slide eye pin inside decorative and crimp bead- along quill
* Secure crimp bead by squeezing around bead to lock onto quill
* Open loop of ear wire and attach feather and beads (turn ear wire loop side to side to open and close)
* Clip excess wire below crimp bead if needed (along quill)
* Add a little drop of glue to beads to help secure to quill (if desired)
* Repeat process on other feather
You can find these supplies at most craft stores. If you don’t have crimp pliers, you can use long nose pliers or needle nose pliers and squeeze very tight. Remember, if you mess up its okay. I bet most of you have several feathers to work with.
Directions for use
Proudly wear your one of a kind/hand made feather earrings from the animals that you have harvested!
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