inspired by "all the rage" earrings, rainbowlicious and fun!
This newest tutorial is full of color! Rainbowlicious, in fact. Inspired by All the Rage's Day Bright Rainbowlicious Hoops, these simple earrings come together quickly. All you need is some wire and thread! I used tie-dye embroidery floss from Michael's to create the tie-dye look. If you don't have any, you can use just plain colors.
This accessory is on trend, as many designers are incorporating bright neon color into their designs and outfits for spring.
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Step 4: Continue wrapping. Keep the tension even and tight onto the hoop. Wrap all the way to your beginning knot. When I got to this point, I cut the excess string from the knot at the beginning and superglued the knot to hold close. Then, I wrapped my string over this knot to sort of hide it, then superglued the strands at the back, waited till dry, then cut these as well.