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Free Printable Mandala Earrings

By: Patty Thurlby from whimziville.com
Free Printable Mandala Earrings
Free Printable Mandala Earrings

"I hoard plastic packaging material from any product I buy. These darling earrings are made from two pieces of plastic that were punched from some packaging material. This tutorial offers a free printable mandala that I found on the internet. To make the earrings, punch out the plastic discs, print out the mandala and glue the two pieces together. After the glue is completely dry, punch tiny holes at the top and bottom and decorate with your earring findings and beads."

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypePaper

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Bead Technique UsedStrung

Bead Project TypeEarrings

Beginner

Instructions

  1. Punch out the plastic, clean it with vinegar to remove all oily residue.

  2. Click on the free mandala and print out and punch out to the same size as the plastic.

  3. Cover the paper mandala with Mod Podge and glue the plastic to the mandala.

  4. Let dry completely.

  5. After it is dry, punch tiny holes in the top and bottom of the mandala.

  6. Use an earring finding on the top hole and attach a pretty bead to the bottom hole.

  7. I covered the back of my mandala with yellow fast dry fingernail polish.

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