The entire Chiefs Kingdom is going crazy following the romance story of the dating stars Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift! Of course, I had to make some new Chiefs Taylor Swift DIY earrings to wear on Fridays and Sundays (and some Mondays)!
Swifties are starting to watch Chiefs games to spot the very popular star, Taylor Swift.
Chiefs fans are embracing their favorite Tight End, Travis Kelce, by learning what it takes to be a “Swiftie”!
The internet is going crazy! People are giving in to the Chief’s Red Era time while they hope that the romance between the two stars works out and that nobody gets their heart broken.
Of course, everyone is trying to monetize the new popularity while making shirts and merch!
I decided I would do some DIY earrings in honor of the new dating couple for one of my favorite players, Travis Kelce, and his new girlfriend and amazing music artist Taylor Swift!
I am not selling this design. It is free for you to use to make your own set of earrings! By using my design you do not have the rights to sell or republish them! They were inspired by other little jersey earrings I remember seeing the past but adding.
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How to make Chiefs Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift DIY earrings!
Chiefs Taylor Swift DIY Earrings
These aren’t the only Chiefs Earrings I have made! I also have a Kelce Design, a Kingdom Design, and a KC design where I have had to make several because they are my lucky Super Bowl earrings!
If you don’t already own a Cricut and a small mini press, I highly recommend you get one because making fan gear is so much fun to do and such a creative outlet. I am brand loyal to the Cricut Mini Press because it heats up evenly from tip to tip without it being hotter around the edges like some off-brands.
The first set I shared was on my post about How to make Cricut Faux Leather Earrings!
What I used:
I followed the instructions to cut the Red Leather with the Deep Point blade on the purple mat.
I used glitter HTV and White Everyday Iron-On on the Green Mat for the letters, numbers, and stripes.
I then used cardstock for the earring holder! Check out the Cricut links above! Follow my Design Space to get my public designs!