If you have been following me on Instagram lately you may have seen my recent jewelry crafting in prep for the SNAP! Conference. I love creating my own pieces of jewelry and accessories. So when I saw the mini flower adhesive backed cabachons in the collection of fun Dear Lizzy and 5th & Frolic line I was able to play around with recently I got very excited. Today you can see just how easy it is to create some Simple & Fun Earrings using Dear Lizzy products.
Dear Lizzy Adhesive Backed Flowers or Cabachons
Earrings Posts & Backs to fit
Earrings Posts & Backs to fit
It’s really simple I promise…ready?!
Remove adhesive backing from the Dear Lizzy Flowers, it should peel right off.
Place a small amount of E6000 on to the flat surface of an earring post.
Press the small flower cabachon to the earring post that has E6000 on it.
Place earrings post facing up to dry for 24 hours.
Decide which awesome pair of earrings your going to wear first!
I just love these colors, they are so perfect for spring & summer!
Chloe Moon says
How beautiful and fun!! I would love to try one of these out! I have to get my hands on the supplies!!
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Angelina- JoJo & Eloise says
How adorably PRETTY and SWEET are these!! No, I haven’t been following you on IG so that means that I need to .. Yes!! I am new to your blog and that means that I have been missing out on some SERIOUSLY good things!! YAY!! your going to be at SNAP, so am I, so I will get to see your Adorable earrings in person 😉
Desiree @ The 36th AVENUE says
So very cute!
Kristy LifenReflection says
So adorable, I love Dear Lizzy’s product line!
Sumo @ Sumo's Sweet Stuff says
So cute! I love the spring like colors! I’ll be featuring this on my blog tomorrow!
Thanks for linking up!
Carrie @ My Favorite Finds says
Very adorable! Thanks for sharing at Pinworthy Projects!
Jess @ Spool and Spoon says
Ahh! These are stunning. I love little cabochons but can never figure out what to use them for. This was a fantastic idea (and so easy, too!) Thank you! xx Jess
Angi Barrs says
This is so creative. Love this!
Way to go Rebecca!! The earrings are just too adorable!
Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer… From Dream To Reality last week. I’m looking forward to seeing what you share tomorrow evening!
LOL Rebecca, I did the exact same thing with mine 🙂
Live Laugh Rowe says
Thanks so much for partying with us over at Live Laugh Rowe, Rebecca! You’ve been featured this week here: http://www.livelaughrowe.com/diy-gifts-for-mom-live-laugh-linky-56/ Hugs!
Kim Tritz says
These are such pretty little earrings – definitely have to make my daughter a pair. And me. Haha! I was a co-host for Wow Me Wednesday, and I’ve featured your post! Stop by and check it out 🙂 http://www.twotendesigns.com/2013/04/wow-me-wednesday-link-party-features.html
Thanks for sharing these!
Kim @ Two Ten
I am going to try this with clip-on backs. I hope they will look as darling as yours.
Manya Maples says
I would love to make these earrings but I have never heard of Dear Lizzy before and don’t know where to find it. Would appreciate some info on it. I found your earrings on “Things to do yourself”. I am new to your site, like what I see. Thank your for sharing.
sanam arzoo says
Very nice, love simplicity, the shiny is great. Wonderful jewelry idea. Seems like they’d be fairly inexpensive to make, think two teenage grand daughters would love these. Next time I’m in craft store I’ll be looking out for the supplies. Great post
. Glad you had a good break, you deserve it. Sometimes other things like your family, friends deserve to come first before your blog.
Art of johnny says
runways and red carpets which is usually what we look to for our fashion forecasts. A couple colors you can’t go wrong with this year are the deep and rich greens as well as the putty creams
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