Ribbon Rose Ear Studs

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In this tutorial you'll learn how to make really simple ribbon rose ear studs.

These adorable studs are perfect for beach parties.

So I hope you all like this instructables and enjoy making one!!!!

Step 1: Materials

For this project you'll need:

  1. Ribbon - 1 cm width.
  2. Thread
  3. Needle
  4. Scissors
  5. Felt
  6. Lighter
  7. Glue

Step 2:

Take a long piece of ribbon. 6-7 inches will be enough. It actually depends how large you want your roses to be.

Make a ribbon rose. Learn to make this rose from the link below.

https://www.instructables.com/id/Satin-Rose-Ring/

Make two roses. Make sure they both are same sized.

If you take two ribbons with the same size, the two roses will be automatically the same sized.

Step 3:

Make two roses. Make sure they both are same sized.

Make two roses. Make sure they both are same sized.

Step 4:

Make two roses. Make sure they both are same sized.

Glue it to the flower.

Do the same to the other piece. And leave it dry.

The ear studs are ready.

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    upnorthwis

    3 years ago

    Maybe redo the Instructable? Mention that you do need an earring post and that you glue the flower to the post, not glue the flower to the flower. And by all means, make sure they are both the same "sized."

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    Omnivent

    3 years ago

    Do I have to make two? And do they have to be the same size? ;)

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    atozwriterOmnivent

    Reply 3 years ago

    If you want a pair of earrings, they normally consist of two earrings the same size :-) but there's nothing to keep you from altering that. No need to let convention rule you!! Actually, I like pairs of earrings that don't match--like one is black and the other white.

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    Omniventatozwriter

    Reply 3 years ago

    Yes, a pair seems to be two most of the time!

    If they don't match, they're not a pair, you just need a better vanity light or a few hours more sleep each night ;-P

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    Omnivent

    3 years ago

    Oh, Sorry, but you wrote...

    "Make two roses. Make sure they both are same sized."

    4 times in a fairly short overall text, so I couldn't help to wonder... And tease you a bit ;)

    Have a nice day :)