Making these Faux Granite Geometric Earrings couldn’t be easier thanks to this awesome polymer clay. These would be great gift for a birthday, graduation, Mother’s Day, or just because!
I’m a huge fan of the minimal geometric jewelry trend that’s going on right now. Big earrings made with unusual supplies that look great? What’s not to love? These Faux Granite Geometric Earrings are even better because even though they look heavy, they’re actually really light! Let’s get this DIY started!
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Faux Granite Geometric Earrings
Time needed: 30 minutes.
- Create circles
Use a rolling pin to flatten a small section of the clay a little less then 1/4″ deep. Cut the circles out with a small cookie cutter or by hand. Use a sharp edge to cut both circles in half through the middle.
- Place on earring wires
Remove the twist off ends from earring wires and slowly push the wire through the center of the half circle. Repeat with the second half.
- Secure earring
Twist on the earring end. Careful, don’t want to lose it!
Place both earrings on a baking sheet and bake in an oven set to 275° for 30 minutes. Allow to cool completely once out of the oven.
The Perfect Earrings
Can you believe how easy it was to make these Faux Granite Geometric Earrings? You won’t believe how light they are either. I’m extremely sensitive to heavy earrings but these were perfectly fine!
Also, since these earring wires have a removable end, you could make a ton of different versions and mix-and-match them at will. I’m seriously thinking of making a couple more sets with the faux opal Premo clay. Or what about adding hot pink clay for a real statement? So many different ways to play with making these earrings your own!