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How to Make Cute Face Earrings with Wood

Introducing our exquisite collection of Face Earrings with a touch of nature's elegance! Each earring showcases a beautifully drawn face design, capturing the essence of beauty and individuality. The intricate detailing of the faces brings a sense of depth and character to each earring, making them a perfect statement piece for any occasion. Whether you're looking to add a touch of bohemian charm or simply want to embrace your love for nature, these earrings are sure to turn heads and spark conversations wherever you go. Elevate your style and embrace the beauty of nature with our Face Earrings with Wood.

Materials for DIY Face Earrings

  • acrylic paint in desired colors
  • paint brushes (one super thin and a regular size should be enough)
  • craft circles in two sizes*
  • drill and 1/16” drill bit
  • small jump rings
  • jewelry pliers
  • earring posts
  • super glue

* I used the large and medium sizes.

How to Make DIY Face Earrings

1. Drill the wooden circles. Start by drilling a small hole near the edge of your circles. Get as close to the edge as you can. *Watch those fingers though.

2. Paint a base color. Paint your circles with the base color (or you can leave it natural) and wait for it to dry. Don’t forget to paint the sides of the circles and the backs, because you’ll definitely see that when you’re wearing them.

3. Paint the face details. Using the thin brush, paint your details on. I started with the whites of the eyes. When they dry, add the pupil and the nose/eyebrow than the lips.

4. Assemble earrings. Once completely dry, you can attach the circles together with the jump ring.

Then, glue the earring post on the back close to the top edge with super glue. Hold the post in place for a few long seconds to ensure its secure. Wait for the glue to dry completely before wearing!

P.S. Felt compelled to mention that the backdrop for this earring project is actually a piece of artwork that I usually have hanging on my wall. It’s by Jen Garrido and is one of the pieces I usually have hanging in my guest bedroom.

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