Step 1: Materials!
2 floppy disks
2 small round jump rings
2 V rings or larger round jump rings
2 fishhook earring wires
Step 2: Extraction!
Once open, take the metal center out of that black shiny disk that stored all of your sweet old school data. Repeat with the other floppy, then discard the extra parts or save them for another project.
Step 3: Assemby: Attach the V rings!
Note: In this step, it doesn't matter if you use V-rings or jump rings, so long as the ring is big enough to fit around the space between the edge of the piece and the hole closest to the edge. I used v-rings because I had a few extras around the house, and I like the way they look.
Step 4: Assembly: Round jump rings and earring wires!
Before closing them up, attach the earring wire to each. Close both jump rings securely with pliers.
Note: when attaching the earring wires, make sure that the part that goes into your ear faces the "back" of the earring-- I consider the "front" of the floppy centers the side where the middle convexes out a bit from the edge.