Apr 6 2017
DIY Gold Tassel Necklace
Post by sara albers

DIY Gold Tassel Necklace

Have you seen our DIY Statement Earrings tutorial? Well, we are so obsessed with these earrings that we had to keep creating with the supplies. Now, our new obsession is the DIY Gold Tassel Necklace! These necklaces are actually really easy to make. You just need a few supplies and you are ready to create a statement necklace of your own. The gold circle part of the necklace are actually Brass Circle Stamping BlanksThey are amazing to work with. This necklace is now our go-to handmade gift to make and give! 

Read on for the full tutorial…


DIY Gold Tassel Necklace


Brass Circle Stamping Blanks

Gold Jump Rings

Jewelry Pliers

Metal Hole Punch

Gold chain

Mini tassels

DIY Gold Tassel Necklace


  1. Using the metal hole punch, make 3 holes on the bottom of brass circle. We use brass circles that have one hole pre punched. The 3 holes should be about 1/8 inch apart.
  2. Next, open the jump ring with jewelry pliers. Slip the jump ring into the top loop of tassel.
  3. Slip the jump ring into the punched hole and close the jump ring with pliers. Add all three tassels.
  4. Place a jump ring to the top of brass circle. Slide the 18 inch chain through the top jump ring. You can buy and 18 inch chain with fastener  or add your own fastener.

DIY Gold Tassel Necklace

DIY Gold Tassel Necklace

DIY Gold Tassel Necklace

DIY Gold Tassel Necklace

Photos by Melissa Fenlon and Sara Albers.



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  • CydApril 7, 2017 at 6:55 am

    Oh I love this, friends! It’s really really pretty and makes me want to bust out my jewelry making supplies for the first time in ages. XOXO

    • sara albersApril 7, 2017 at 7:13 am

      Thanks so much, Cyd! Once Melissa made the earrings we were getting a bit obsessed with the jewelry making! xoxo

  • AngelaNovember 15, 2018 at 6:12 pm

    This is a beautiful necklace! The problem is that the hole puncher you suggest doesn’t work on those blanks you suggested. Technically it should have but it doesn’t. Did you actually use these materials to make it? It looks like the hole puncher you used is another one…

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