OWL EAR RINGS
The little plastic owl beads have been popping up like crazy all over the internet, so I decided to try my hand at using them. The end result are these adorable 'opposite' owl ear rings. These colourful ear rings, with just a hint of '60s Mod, go with anything. From a simple black dinner dress to your everyday clothing, these ear rings are quite versatile and add a playful touch to your wardrobe. The owls love to dangle around and spin. They really are a HOOT! :) See closeup here.
RUSTY SWIRL EAR RINGS
My mother made these beautiful ear rings. She twisted sterling silver into a swirl and hammered it to get it flat. The shiny silver is accented with a round turquoise bead which has been cut three times to get the flat edges. The rest of the bead is speckled and looks like it's been rusted. A very unique effect.
BLUE SUNFLOWER EAR RINGS
Another set of gorgeous ear rings made by my mother. This time, these were made with sterling silver sunflower beads. Underneath are some semi-see-through dark blue beads with a rusty look on the outer edges. The piece that hooks into the ear is also sterling silver, and has been hammered to flatten it out. These can dress an outfit up or down.
BLUE FLOWER EAR RINGS
Let your inner swingin' Sixties self loose in these day-glo daisy ear rings! They are long and dangly and so darn cute! I just used bright yellow seed beeds and the blue flower bead (slightly rubbery) to make these. I almost wish my ears were pierced! These are eye-catching and will brighten up your day when you put them on. To see a closeup, click here!
YELLOW FLOWER EAR RINGS
Maybe the darker blue version of the '60s flower ear rings are a little too bright for your personal taste. No worries! I made a baby blue and light yellow pair, which are just as dangly and just as adorable. These would look so cute with a baby blue or yellow baby-doll dress. To see a closeup, click here!
PAINT SPLOT EAR RINGS
The paint splot ear rings are so pretty, and they happen to match one of my bracelets! The bead is a goldey-orangey glass bead with red, black, and white paint splatters on it. It'll go with anything in any of those colours, so you can wear these often. I have three pairs made! To see a closeup, click here!
PAISLEY EAR RINGS
I instantly fell in love with these painted wooden beads when I saw that they had sort of a paisley pattern painted on them. This version of my paisley ear ring duo is a little shorter and they don't dangle. They are a little delicate, so if you have a handy two-year-old, don't let him/her get near the ear rings! As per usual, they'll go with anything and are quite versatile. To see a closeup, click here!
PINK LEAF EAR RINGS
I love these ear rings so much! At the end of a long strand of deep maroon jumbo-sized seed beads and a purple & gold sparkly bead, the highlight is the pink blown-glass leaf. The leaves are shiny, sparkly, and dangle around playfully. Depending on the lighting, they can look mauve, pink, or even orange! The purple bead with gold paint splatters above also picks up interesting colours in the light. They will not stretch your ears. To see a closeup, click here!
PAISLEY EAR RINGS II
The painted wooden beads are back again! These ones are a bit longer than the first pair, use more beads, and are sure great at dangling! The wood is very light-weight and will not stretch your ear lobes. To see a closeup, click here!