Thursday, May 19, 2011

P.S. I Made This: Polyvore Inspired DIY Flower Earrings

Earlier this month, Erica Domesek of P.S. I Made This challenged you to create a set dedicated to your favorite spring flower. Erica chose three winning sets from her Style Influencer challenge to help her dream up the perfect spring DIY project: flower earrings! Congratulations again to Candy.rock, M0NICA♥, and ---> vale <-- whose spring floral sets inspired Erica's latest project:

Check out P.S. I Made This for all the details on how to create your own flower earrings!


SusyV90 said...



mat kinh hang hieu said...

"First, the wire used to make the jump rings comes in different ""tempers"", from dead soft, through half-hard, to hard. I like to use half-hard wire because it gets harder as it is coiled and made into rings, and it gets harder still as the rings are tumbled to clean and polish them. My goal is to have rings that won't pull open.
Wire comes in different thicknesses—and describing the thickness, or diameter is an ""interesting"" topic—or should I say a ""frustrating"" topic. The wire for this month's project measures 1.0 mm in diameter. Here is a chart with some useful information about gauges. Look at the row for 18 gauge—under AWG you'll see that the metric equivalent is 1.0 mm. Soooo, when you buy rings you need to clarify which system of measurement is being used (AWG, BWG, SWG), and whether the number is in inches or millimeters. "

Michel Babun said...

Earrings has a rich history. Women wear earrings from almost starting of the civilization. The designs and the purpose of wearing the earrings are changed over century to century. At present earrings are used as a fashion item. Fashion and artificial earrings