Back in April I took pictures to post a tutorial on how to make resin flower earrings. Soon after, my computer crashed and I lost the pictures. So today I made some more and decided to give this post a second try!
In April, I came across some resin flowers at Michael’s which were on clearance for $0.98. How could I resist? I instantly decided that I would use them to make earrings, so I headed down the jewelry isle and picked up some blank earring posts and backs.
Here is what you need to make the earrings-
- Resin Flowers
- Blank Earring Posts
- Earring Backs
- E-6000 Adhesive
(If you can not find resin flowers at your local craft store there are plenty on ETSY!)
Take your resin flower and apply a generous dab of adhesive.
Then push the post down onto the dab of adhesive. Try to center the post onto the flower.
Sit the earring in a safe place and allow the adhesive to dry. I let mine sit all night since the E-6000 can take a while to set.
Once the adhesive has dried you can put your earrings on and wear them like a rockstar!
These earrings make perfect gifts –plus- they are quick and easy to make!
If you don’t feel like doing all the work head over to one of these blogger mommas ETSY shops to purchase already-made resin jewelry -
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