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I like tiny, so I took 2 pieces of origami paper and cut into little pieces (1.875 cm). 60 pieces are needed per earring.
mark the centre at the buttom
fold centre down and up again, but slightly under the top, so you'll see a little of orange.
fold the sides to top
open one side and push down
fold the piont down.
fold the side double
glew marked parts
after drying push each part a bit open (form the leaf) Glew 5 pieces together to make 1 flower. when you have 12 flowers, glew 3 flowers together
now glew the 4 (3flowers) together, but don't forget to put a piece of wire in it. Now get your pliers and make a 90 degree bend.
now grap the end and role it towards the corner. place your earring in it
now polish it
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I love it! I like it ! It''s so beautiful
I love these! They are so unique!
Thanks! Tthe tool is a folding bone. I used tacky glue and fimo (waterbased) vernis to polish.
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