1. Cut six pieces of embroidery floss (3 pieces for each earring)
2. Select the feathers you want for each earing and group them into sets of 2 or three feathers
3. Take your groups and wrap a thread of embroidery floss around each group and tie it off. Paint a coat of clear nail polish over the tied embroidery floss to seal it.
Take your beads and string the embroidery floss. You want the feathers to sit at different levels so each thread should have a different amount of beads. My longest thread was around 20 beads, then I had did about 12 beads, and then about 5. Keep track of the amount of beads you use so the second set can be the same length.
1. Tie a knot above the beads so that all of the threads are tied together.
2. Tie the remaining embroidery thread through the earring hook and cut off the excess thread
3. Paint another coat of clear nail polish over the knot so that the knot wont come untied.
Drape one earring in each ear or rock the entire set in the same ear!