How To: DIY Faceted Earrings

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By Fashion & Jewelry Making Contributor, Alicia from the blog “Dismount Creative”.

I have been admiring these Marc by Marc Jacobs faceted earrings for months! They disappeared from the shop I had been visiting so I set out to make my own. I think they turned out pretty awesome, so I wore these on New Years!

If you want to do it on your own, here’s what you’ll need:


Watch this video for detailed instructions:

A few final thoughts: This was a fun and simple project that only took about an hour. You could just use gold colored clay, but I like the look of the paint. I’m already brainstorming my next project, a ring…

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  1. Web Wednesday: DIY Faceted Earrings | Paint Me Plaid :

    Date: August 10, 2011 @ 7:07 AM

    […] warm and fuzzy inside, because you made it! I recently came across this DIY earring tutorial from, Think Crafts. I love this project especially, because I mainly prefer to wear post earrings, and it was made […]

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