D-I-S-C-O Don't you want to disco?!
That was a line from one of the less popular color war cheers from summer camp. Good times.
I don't know if you noticed but I used a super cool disco ball bead in a couple of recent projects, like this necklace and these earrings. I found it at Toho Shoji and kind of fell in love. I just think it is so sweet looking.
I wanted to make something where the balls were less of a side element and more the main attraction. So I made a party for my ears. It was just the obvious next step.
Hello, Disco Ball Earrings:
Perfect for the Discotech, no?
1. Pliers from a local hardware store.
2. Gold loops from Toho Shoji.
3. Earring hooks from Toho Shoji.
4. Disco ball beads from Toho Shoji.
5. Gold Chain from Toho Shoji.
Use the pliers to cut the chain in half.
Use the pliers to attach a hook to one end of the chain and secure it on.
Thread the bead onto the chain and use the pliers to bend the loop at the end of the chain. This will secure the bead onto the chain.
Use the pliers to attach the other end of the chain and the earring hook onto a metal loop. Repeat on the second chain.
I'd say this is a most elegant ear party. Maybe this is the only "ear party." Whatever, I'm having fun.
I'm 100% going to wear these next time I go dancing. I wonder if anyone will notice the thematic dressing...
What do ya think? Nifty right? Want them? I made extras! e-me!