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Earrings made with stamps!

I love getting to say this every two weeks.....Happy Friday Friends!

Today I have a quick little earring project for you using
Altered Pages supplies (see the list below)  

Please check my supply list below for everything you might need to make
your very own version including the links to find the items.

I start out with a pair of sterling silver mini hoops that I just love because I am able to add little bobbles and beads to customize my look.  I just remove one bobble and exchange it with another.This is how they looked when I started. 
I love the asymmetry of them with the cute little charms.


I started by using the 1 inch Eco Board and used E6000 to glue large silver rings/jewelry findings to the backs of the Eco Board to allow for hanging. 
I allowed this to dry for a few hours.  I then painted the back and side edges with silver metallic paint.  

Next, I painted the Eco Board pink with silver accents.

In the above picture, I hung them with pink and black beads, but below you can see another option using turquoise and rhinestone beads.  You can see how the possibilities are endless.

Here is a little sample of how to create your own dangles 


And, here is the final product with the cute winged heart stamped image.
This was stamped right over the pink and silver acrylic paint 
using my Jet Black StazOn.

 In this picture below you can see the side edge with silver metallic paint and a bit of black paint for a pretty border.  
It just gives it that little pop to set off the sweet heart image.

I hope you enjoyed this quick little earring project.  Now, there is no excuse to not have a pair of earrings ready to go in every color...all you need is a great pair of hoops, some creative juices, and supplies from Altered Pages!

Have a beautiful weekend!
Thanks for stopping by...

Supply List -
Jewelry findings such as head pins, split rings,
French hook or hoops
Jewelry pliers

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