This DIY is so easy I don't even know what to do with myself. First things first: you'll need super glue, two large jump rings, fish hook findings, and two sparkle beads.
Separate the jump rings and slide the fish hook findings on. If the metal is soft enough, you can do this with your hands.
Next, dab one end of the jump ring with some super glue, and attach a bead. Hold together until the glue dries. Repeat on the other jump ring.
Squeeze the ends together, and tah dah! Again, if the metal is soft enough, you can do this with your hands. You may need to get your rustic metalsmithing on to make sure the ends are flush, but twisting the rings in and out a bit should get you there. Just make sure not to snap the metal! If you want, you can add glue to the other end of the bead to make it extra secure, but this isn't necessary. Personally I find this step gets a little messy, because I have the dexterity of a five year old.
Speaking of bumbling child hands, if your super glue cup does happen to runneth over and desparkle your bead, a little nail polish remover will take that right off. Hook those babies into your earholes and you're ready to go!
Sorry about the pores.