Resin earrings mini – Terbii
RESIN EARRINGS MINI – Terbii, dark tone. Resin drop earrings Mini – Terbii, miniature size earrings, 8mm diameter. waterproof earrings finished with sterling silver hooks.
Available in oval and round shapes.
Variations in fabric colour colours.
Sterling Silver Hooks
Weight 10g approx
Drop Length with hook 4cm
Bead Size 8mm wide
Sterling Silver Hook.
Plastic stoppers included
Handmade in Melbourne, Australia
These pair of mini sized resin drop earrings are a minimalist’s style conscious favorite. Accented with gold Japanese fabric strips, this will match perfectly with any other items in the shop. Keep shopping…
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Resin drop earrings Mini – Terbii, miniature size earrings, 8mm diameter. waterproof earrings finished with sterling silver hooks.
How to style with resin drop earrings
You can wear these casual drop earrings from morning to dusk. The small size make these gorgous pair of jewellery super lightweight. For this reason, they are suitable for active and practical all-day wear.
So, perfect gift item for the self-conscious, minimalist environmentally conscious fashion lovers. Also, all earrings come in a lovely organza bag with a special message card.
How to make resin drop earrings at home
Resin drop earrings are easy to make. You need epoxy or resin. They usually come in two parts- part A and Part B. They come in liquid forms, and you can find them in any hardware and craft store.
To make my drop resin beads, I wear protective gloves and mask. I prepare my silicon mould, cover the surface with old newspapers and keep the ear clean. Firstly, I mix my resin portions as suggested. I then mix and pour small amount of mixed resin into silicon mold.
To create my highlights, I use a small stick to imbed the African fabric strips into the wet resin. I allow to sit and set over night. Once dry and hardened, I can pop out the resin beads. Air pockets can form when epoxy are not mixed well.
Create sustainable jewellery from scratch
You can create your own sustainable jewellery from scratch. Just follow safety precautions and get more inspirations from my handmade jewellery stock. As examples, you can click this link to check out more crafted resin jewellery. With some of my resin drop earrings for instance, I used Japanese fabric strips instead of our colourful African wax print fabric.
Now, you can read more about sustainable jewellery making from my online blog. I like creating you tube videos to demonstrate my sustainable jewellery making process.