I have finally gotten around to taking some photos for the next few blog posts, whew! I am trying to figure out how I’m going to have extra posts ready to go after this baby is born in December! There are so many ideas, projects, and reviews that I have listed out to do, but my energy level is so low these days.
Anyway, here is a lovely pair of dark blue cosmic paper quilled earrings that I made not too long ago. I used my favorite niobium findings (affiliate link) on this pair – hypoallergenic and non tarnish!
Make Your Own:
I already have a FREE tutorial up on the blog how to make these earrings. So if you want to make your own, click here:
Just like the original pair, I used a miniature version of the transitioning. Transitioning was first used by Erin Curet in some of her mosaic tutorials. It is using varying lengths of paper together in one roll, and then different lengths in the next roll. This makes colors blend and change more smoothly.
Purchase a Custom Pair:
I also have these earrings for sale in my Zibbet Shop. You can request for me to make them for you in any one color or combination of colors that you wish! Or just purchase this exact pair if you love it!
Have you used transitioning in any designs yet? Stay tuned for a post coming up soon which shows transitioning in a more detailed and bigger scale, but still on jewelry!
- Click here to view more free paper quilling tutorials!
- To find paper quilling tips and tricks, Click here!
- Click here to view a list of places to buy quilling supplies around the world!
- Click here to view some of my own quilling projects, with tips so you can make your own if you’d like!
*All products and supplies mentioned in this post I purchased and/or made on my own.