Paper earrings

Elevate your style with our collection of unique and stylish paper earrings. From bold designs to delicate patterns, discover the perfect pair for every occasion and make a statement with eco-friendly fashion.
Fimo, Jewellery Making, Design, Jewelry Art, Kunst, Papier, Paper Jewelry, Paper Earrings, Paper Beads

I started making paper earrings in college for extra money. I was seriously into the mixed print Memphis style and I always had colorful painted paper scraps left over from my fashion presentations. Mind you, this was before computers when you had to cut with scissors, paste with actual glue and use rub-on letters instead of picking a font from hundreds on the internet and printing them out from a home computer! It's soooo much easier now, but I digress. This paper mache project is a great…

Randell Lysachok
How To Make Paper Earrings - Running With Sisters Diy, Crafts, Jewellery Making, Bijoux, Bracelets, Diy Earrings Paper, Diy Earring Cards, Jewelry Making, Recycled Earrings

This summer, Kitty’s go-to earrings are a pair made out of handmade paper. She loves how lightweight they are and that the ornate print goes with everything. It dawned on us that we could raid our scrapbook paper stash and make our own paper earrings in a flash! So we each picked out a piece ... Read More about How To Make Paper Earrings

Margaret Gutierrez

These boho flower paper quilling earrings are made from 1/8" thick strips of paper in peach and black colors. All the jewelry is made with eco-friendly and acid-free paper, so the color does not fade way or stick to skin. How to care for paper jewelry? I use clear acrylic sealant to provide extra sturdiness to the jewelry. This earring will withstand the daily wear including light sweat, moisture, splashes of water but is not 100% water-proof so please don’t go swimming or into the shower…

Upcycling, Diy, Scrapbook Paper Projects, Scrapbook Paper, Paper Beads, Paper Jewelry, Paper Earrings, Cute Scrapbooks, Crafty

I used to mat a lot of my art and ended up accumulating a bunch of mat board scraps. I didn't really feel right throwing the smaller pieces away so I kept them in a box for a few years, hoping someday I would find some way to use them. Now, I finally have a project that incorporates my scrap pieces. This is also a great project to use up some cute scrapbook paper. You could also use an empty cereal box instead of mat board. All you need is a thick inner core to give your scrapbook paper some…