Make 4 Pairs in less than 2 Minutes!

Tuesday, December 4, 2012



Homemade ear studs

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Assemble your tools:

This package of flat posts with clutches just cost me $2.99 and I can make 18 pairs. I am going to use a couple of gems, two buttons and two wisteria seeds that I have already on hand. The bottle of Glue cost me $2.99 also and is plenty to make all 18 pairs, so this is considerably inexpensive and easy!! We decided on just four to practice but I have hundreds of "gems" saved from all my thrift store finds so the possibilities are endless!!

Before you start have a damp cloth handy in case you spill some glue. You could use q-tips if you want to keep your gems centered and clean away excess glue. Flip the gem or whatever it is that you want to adorn your ear over and place a small amount of glue on it. The craft stores sell a particular type of glue designed to adhere better.

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Carefully center gems on backs, wipe off excess glue and allow to dry overnight. There you have it four pairs of earring studs made in less than 2 minutes and a very happy recipient of their own totally unique earrings!

This post linked to Work it Wednesday! Thanks, Kayla, for sponsoring this fun meme. Isn’t it great to create?

Thank you for your visit. Take care, stay healthy, God bless and stop by and see me at my other blogs!


Colette S December 6, 2012 at 10:44 AM  

You are so creative and you make it look so easy too.

I'd love to do with my daughter.

Kayla @ TheEclecticElement December 13, 2012 at 6:38 PM  

Those are so very easy to create! That would be a fun project for teenage girls, or any girls for that matter :)

Thanks so much for linking up with Work it Wednesday! I unfortunately have been pretty sick, but I hope to get it back up and running soon!

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