Handmade Fall Earrings

Hi friends,

It finally feels like Fall in Alabama! ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ‚ So that means new earrings! ๐Ÿ˜‰

I love making these faux leather earrings. They come together so quickly and it’s so easy to make them to match every outfit in your closet. They are very lightweight – you won’t even remember that you are wearing them!

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I found all of my fun die shapes at Taylored Expressions. They have a line of earring dies called Designer Dangles that includes at least 17 different sets of dies for endless possibilities in designing your own earrings. They also carry several sets of faux leather sheets in lots of different patterns and solid colors.

Here are a few new pairs of earrings I made.

You can see each pair a little closer in the photos below.

You’ll need some earring wires to make your earrings. This is a great set of both silver and gold color fishhook earring wires – and it also includes silicone earring backs. This looks like a great little die cutting machine if you are interested in one. It cuts and embosses up to 6-inches wide and can also be used for paper crafting and card making.

If you want some more inspiration, you can see my Summer Faux Leather Earrings in this post and a little Faux Leather Handmade Jewelry here.

Earrings make great gifts and stocking stuffers! Christmas will be here before we know it, but you still have plenty of time to make lots of earrings!

Happy Crafting!

Anita

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