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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Christmas Paper Earrings (and more!)

{Paper earrings are a cute and easy last minute gift}

I'd been thinking about some new paper earring designs for a while, so I finally shared them on Craftaholics Anonymous back in May.  


How to Make Paper Earring | Crafting in the Rain

I've professed my love of paper earrings before because they're lightweight, cheap, custom and so fun!  I followed my same instructions for making paper earrings from almost a year and a half ago.

After you cut the paper using the files provided you'll cover them with Glossy Accents and let dry.  Then loop an earring hook through and pinch closed with small pliers.


Making paper earrings | Crafting in the Rain

With just a week left til Christmas, I created a couple of holiday inspired designs too. Download Christmas SVG


Christmas Paper Earring Designs | Crafting in the Rain

If you have a digital cutter, you can download the Earring 2 SVG file  which includes all the shapes in the first picture: triangles, flowers, rings, and also Popsicles and fruit slices (great for summer, right?)

Summer Paper Earring Designs | Crafting in the Rain

Visit this post to download the original designs of paper earrings.





Also available are Mickey earrings 



Have you made these when I've posted about them before? Be sure to share and I'll link them up here!

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4 comments:

  1. These are so cool, Stephanie! I'm totally making some of those Mickey ones the next time we go to Disneyland.

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  2. I remember when you first shared your paper earrings. I was in awe. I'm still in awe! I'm terrible at making my own jewelry, but this might be different?

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  3. I really need to do this, I have a slight addiction to fun earrings and these are so easy looking!

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  4. These are awesome. I love making earrings for me and my friends. I used to use shrink art. I will definitely be making these!!! May I get the spiderweb pattern? I cannot draw a lick. Hugs, Linda

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