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Vintage Inspired Earrings

By: Maureen Wilson

These Vintage Inspired Earrings are a great way to jazz up a summer outfit!  Cheap vintage earrings like this also make great gifts and are a fun way to accessorize without spending a ton of money.  Be a classic fashionista with these vintage earrings!


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Wow there is some really great ideas on how to make vintage earrings for very little money. Never would have thought of these covered buttons earrings and the cherry bomb ones are so super cute and so easy and I love the way she twisted the wire. This tutorial gives you many ideas to create your own style of earrings for that great vintage look for very little. I bet you can find a lot of vintage things at yard sales or antique store or thrift shops. What are you waiting for. Super great for beginners too.

In the 50's very few people had pierced ears. Could you please show us an earring with a clip back?

Wow! Thank you for the video...the earrings are adorable! I love your nail polish too! Thanks again...this is great! :)

The cherry bomb earrings look a bit natty finished, very rough not professional or semi pro. The tools used are not jewelry tools and hotmelt glue will not hold long with earrings. There is special jewelry glue that is better to use. I have thought of using the many lovely brads for scrap booking to make earrings. The small hang up with that is after cutting off the brads, how to make the back flat and smooth enough to be glued to the earrings pad, making sure of no rough edges. The fabric covered buttons are adorable but could end up large due to the nature of the beast. It would be worth it to hunt for a small button form.

Good little flick for a beginner that doesn't have the funds to buy "specialized" tools and supplies. Nice started craft.

Why don't you show a picture of the finished project so we don't have to sit through the whole tutorial just to find out we don't even like it?

I happened to glimpse what this looked like before I looked at the video. Sorry you missed it.


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