DIY: Fallon Inspired Earrings

It seems that I have a perma-crush on all things Fallon.  Spikes, tough metal… love it, so much.  When I spotted these crystal spike earrings, I fell in love (and also got hit with some major inspiration.)  The originals are less than $100 (a steal for Fallon) but with a little creativity you can make your own little version for less than $5.00.  I ended up making several pairs that I plan to give to friends for Christmas gifts.

{mine are a bit larger than the Fenton version, but you could use smaller beads + mini spikes.}

Materials / Where to Buy:  E6000 Glue // 2 Gold Ear Wires // 2 18mm Crystal Beads // 2 Size 28 Gold Spikes // Plyers

1.  Apply a small drop of glue to the top of your spike.  // 2.  Glue on your bead, pressing firmly.

3.  Allow to dry (at least 3-6 hours; overnight is best.)

 4.  Use your plyers to straighten out and flatten the loop of the earwire.  // 5.  Dip the end in glue.

6.  Insert the glue covered end into the bead. // 7.  Allow to dry (positioning the ear wires facing up as shown above.)

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  1. PennyPincherFashion says 10.3.12

    Amazing – and this is so easy…I like it when you post the simple DIY’s on here for us craft-challenged! 🙂

  2. Beatrix says 10.3.12

    This is so cool! Preparing for Christmas already? Lol you’re a really good planner, I normally leave it to the two weeks before Christmas xD

  3. Candy says 10.3.12

    These are too cool!  If only I still wore earrings 🙁  But definitely an awesome DIY, Grace!!

    taylor & DEMOLISH


  4. Julie Lagrotteria says 10.3.12

    You look beautiful!!! And agree, love Fallon jewelry! Too cool. Great remake. xO

  5. Elizabeth Schneider says 10.3.12

    I LOVE! And you look gorgeous. 

  6. Cheetahisthenewblack says 10.3.12

    A) You look stunning in the first photo and B) these earrings are too good, seriously. You know these are right up my alley! PS Hope your birthday was so much fun and thank you for all of your sweet comments on my blog during my London trip! Heart you xx

  7. I am obviously obsessed with these. 

  8. Philothea says 10.3.12

    That’s too cool! How did you do your nails?

    • Grace Atwood says 10.3.12

      I used Deborah Lippmann’s Ruby Red Slippers – it’s such a fun shade!

  9. Marta Funniest says 10.3.12

    OMG! they couldn’t be prettier and easier!! Love the spikes and crystals mix! Punk & classic at the same time
    Million thanks for sharing this idea
    Big kisses

  10. The Avg Girl Guide says 10.3.12

    Love these and so easy to make! Thanks, Grace.

  11. Jen says 10.3.12

    Love this!! 

    Red Soles and Red Wine

  12. Lily McNamara says 10.3.12

    such an awesome idea because i love those earrings!! are your nails ruby red slippers? 

    • Grace Atwood says 10.3.12

      yes, they are!  definitely a favorite of mine right now.

  13. These are incredible, and look so easy!

  14. Erica & Lauren says 10.3.12

    so simple yet absolutely gorgeous. fab DIY, grace! xx

  15. Damn, you are so talented!  I wish I had DIY skills!  

  16. Ashley Allen says 10.3.12

    so cute. lucky friends! 

  17. Fashion-Isha says 10.3.12

    Wow! So simple yet so stylish. I love it! I’ve got to go do some DIY’s!!

  18. Bettina says 10.4.12

    Love the DL nail polish. I want to buy this color now! 

  19. Truebluemeandyou says 10.4.12

    Love these and you’re right – they would make perfect holiday gifts as they look really polished and expensive. Posted your photo and a link back on my blog

    • Grace Atwood says 10.5.12

      Thank you so much… I really appreciate it!  I made 5 extra pairs.. .now to decide who gets ’em! 😉

  20. Nicole Levine says 10.5.12

    Love how simple and fab this is!

  21. Joyce says 10.12.12

    love this. great gift idea! 🙂

  22. Meg says 12.10.12

    Love thank you provide links for the materials! Thanks!

  23. Chelsea says 12.14.12

    Cute idea – I think it might be easier to get a couple of flat-ended headpins, slide the crystal beads on, create a loop at the top, attach to hooks, *then* glue the spike to the bottom of the bead. That way, you don’t have to use your E600 on the hook end, where it’s messier and could show through the clear bead. 🙂

  24. JAIONE says 2.3.13

    e descubierto esta pagina sin querer y me encanta.felicidades