Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

DIY Vintage Inspired earrings that you Can personalize

Create beautiful, vintage-inspired earrings with Mod hodgepodge Mat, paper, and acrylic shapes. This is a great gift for a big earring would be lovers.
Hey guys! It’s Heidi from Hand Occupied. I came across some Podgeable papers in my craft stash recently, and flipped through them.
Stunned, as were stylish, all the designs, I always came back to a sheet, in particular, with some illustrations of stylish vintage ladies.
The chic design immediately inspired me to make some funky, fun earrings.
Mod smorgasbord‘s plastic forms are perfect for a project like this, because you can give you a stunning project done super quickly.
DIY Vintage-Inspired earrings
Supplies

2 sets of Mod hodgepodge Podgeable shapes, simple Designs – these take a long rectangle from each of the

scissors
Mod hodgepodge Podgeable papers Classic
Mod hodgepodge Matt
2 earwires
2 7mm jump rings
jewelry pliers
Extreme Glitter acrylic paint
paint brush
sponge paint brush

directions
you Cut two of your favorite designs from the Podgeable papers – you can mix and match designs, or use two of the same as I do. The papers conveniently with several plates of the same design, which, by the way.
color a little bit of Mod-smorgasbord on one side of each plastic shape. I like the squeeze-bottle of Mod-hodgepodge for this project, you keep the clutter to a minimum – all you have to do is spray a little of the Mod-pick-and-mix as necessary directly on the surface.
Center of your paper cut-outs on the Mod-smorgasbord on the plastic pieces. Paint is another point of Mod smorgasbord on the paper-cut-out. Let dry completely.
If you’re dry, turn over the plastic piece. To distribute paint a thick layer of glitter paint on the bare side, with the glitter on the face of the earring.
If you paint the glitter on back and forth as you’d remove a wall, the glitter, only at the end of all of the edges.
For bonus points, you can spread the glitter color, while wet, away from the face of the vintage fashionista’avoid the face to it. Faces tend to draw the eye, so that I want to didn’t hide it.
After the glitter color, use jump rings and jewelry pliers to attach an earwire to each earring. That’s it! The finished black and gold earrings goes with everything.
What do you think of these vintage-inspired earrings? Would you make them, and what design would you use? Let me know in the commentsknow!br>the project? Check out hands Occupied Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

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