JOTW – Jewelry Of The Week #4

Hello Buddies 🙂

Sorry I couldn’t post JOTW last sunday. Its coming in a little late. But this is a very special Jewelry Of The Week post especially for me because I didn’t make this week’s jewelry . My best buddy made these earrings for me :). I am so very happy and am in love with those earrings 🙂 These earrings were made from quilling paper.  I have also written a post on quilling tutorial check it out if you are interested. Here we go with tutorial for my very special and favourite piece of jewelry 🙂

Method :

  1. Roll the pink colour paper first into a tight circle
  2. Connect two light blue paper together and make a bigger roll.
  3. Now connect three papers of the green colour and roll together to form an even more bigger circle.JOTW4
  4. Three circles of increasing sizes and various colurs are ready.
  5. Attach these three circles as shown in the picture
  6. Add a ring on the top pink circleJOTW4
  7. Connect a hook to the Ring of the top circle
  8. Stick two small stones in the centre of the bottom circles to add a little charm 🙂DSC09573
  9. Apply varnish on the earring with a small paint brush. This is to make your earring resistant to water. But mind it don’t wear these and jump into the pool.
  10. Thats it earring ready 🙂
  11. Make your own jewelry and adore yourself 🙂


How lovely is the colour choice ! Thank u buddy 🙂

I have also written posts on earring holders if you are interested check them out here and here . And If you missed my previous JOTW tutorials check it here

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3 thoughts on “JOTW – Jewelry Of The Week #4

  1. I like how you add the little gemstones to hide the holes and at the same time getting some charm points 😉 They are so pretty

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