If it's not your first time in this site, you might have noticed that I go crazy making colorful and strange things and wearing them with pride and joy in public. In this list of diys first come the necklaces made from unexpected materials and second the earrings. And althought I am cursed to be allergic in all kinds of metalllic materials that penetrates my earlobe, I don't have the biggest collection of big, dramatic earrings (as I would love to). Only some clipped, light ones. With that said, clipped and covered with confetti will be today's happy earrings.
And to make long story short, I proudly presnt you the diy that will make your day!
What you will need: colorful confetti , atlacoll (also called wood glue), PVC sheet, earrings clips or regular ones, scissors, silicone gun (optional)
1. First draw your earring's shape on a piece of paper. Then Put the sheet of PVC on the patron and copy it. Cut your shape and voila.
2. Apply a thin layer of atlacoll on one side of the earring and dip it into confetti. The purpose of this fun procedure is to cover all the side with confetti, without leaving naked glue parts (the glue turns transparent when it dries so you don't want transparent gaps). Let it to dry and apply do the same on the other side too. I would recommend applying 2 layers of confetti in the front side. Repeat the same with the other earring.
3. If you want to give the earring a rotation better do it as long as the glue doesn't dry, cause otherwise your earring will stop being flexible. When they are absolutely dry, using the silicone pistol glue the earring clips on the back side. If you don't have a silicone gun, you can always do the same with a little ammount of atlacoll. Afterwards secure any almost-flting cobfetti and cut the excess confetti from the edges.
4. Wear your new cuties and collect your friends' compliments. Arent't they absolutely perfect?
Credits | Writing & Photographs : Debbie Kortes