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Green Wood Earrings

What you will need:

  • Mod Podge
  • 2 Wood Earring cutouts
  • Scissors
  • 1 Sanding Block or sand paper
  • Scrapbook paper (I chose green.)
  • 1 Foam Brush
  • Sewing needle
  • Slim crochet hook or other small thin item
  • 2 Needle nose pliers
  • 2 Fish Hook Earring Hooks
  • 2 Jump Rings
  • 2 Earring Backs (optional, but I like to have them)

First, I needed these supplies! I had two teardrop earring cutouts, some scrapbook paper, my foam brush, and mod podge! I traced the outline of the earrings on the back of the scrapbook paper and cut it out with my scissors. I then put a thin layer of mod podge on the wood earrings and immediately placed the scrapbook paper on the earrings.

I then put a small layer of mod podge on the top of the scrapbook paper. I let it dry for a while.

Once it was dry, I used my sanding block to sand the excess paper off the side of the earrings. This is what it looks like when you first start to sand it off. No worries! It looks GREAT in the end!

I used a sewing needle to poke the holes through the back. I then used a slim crochet hook to poke them back through the front. This is just what I had in my craft room. You may be able to use something else.

I then grabbed my jump rings, earring hooks, and needle nose pliers to put the earrings together! I am a one woman team so, I couldn’t get any pictures of me doing this. I need both hands! I used the needle nose pliers to open the jump rings. One of the pliers going toward me and the other one away from me. I then used my hands to put the jump ring through the hole of the each of the wood earrings. After that I put the earring hooks through the jump rings. I then closed the jump rings. The needle nose pliers should be going towards each other this time.

I like to add the little clear earring backs to my earrings. The earrings are less likely to fall off and get lost if the earring backs are on them.

And Voila! They are done!

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