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These Floral Wooden Mod Podge Earrings are a fun a simple craft idea that you can wear to match any style! They are great for craft groups, parties and gifts!
Friends, first I am going to let you know that I am NOT a jewelry maker. If I can make these earrings, I promise, you can too! These floral wooden Mod Podge® earrings come together so quickly and can be made to match anyone’s personal style. These earrings would be really fun to do at a craft club, birthday party, or just making some for homemade gifts throughout the year. You only need a few simple supplies, so let’s get started!
Supplies for Floral Wooden Mod Podge Earrings:
- Mod Podge, Sparkle or in the finish you desire, we just love sparkle around here!
- Mod Podge Brushes
- Paint, we love FolkArt
- Wooden Disc’s
- Jump Rings
- Fish Hook Earring
- Scrapbooking Paper
- Crop-A-Dile Punch or Small Drill
Begin by gathering your supplies. And base coating your wooden circles. You don’t have to necessarily do this step but it looks nice when using Vellum paper.
Take your wooden craft circle and trace a circle on the part of the paper that you want shown as your earring. Depending on the type of patterned paper you pick your earrings may not look exactly the same.
Take your small Mod Podge brush and brush on a light layer of Mod Podge on the top of your wooden circle and on the backside of your cut out circle. Place your paper circle on top of the circle disc. Slightly smooth with your fingers. Repeat with other wooden circle. Brush on a light layer of Mod Podge on the top of your circle. Allow to fully dry.
Now you will want to either use your crop-a-dile punch or a small drill to carefully create a small hole in your earrings. You can do this step first but I found it easier to do it after my earrings were done.
Now add your jump rings and fish hook earring pieces. I’m not exactly sure if there is a “right” way to do this part, if you are supposed to use certain sizes or not but I just did what worked for me! 🙂 It was so much fun making these earrings and they really don’t take long….I was able to make about 8 sets of earrings in under an hour when I did it in a “factory” style crafting 🙂 example: base coating all the circles, cutting out all the circles….and so forth!
Let me know if you try this tutorial out! Feel free to tag me @madetobeamomma on any social media platform to show me your creations! I would love to see them!