I love these paper quilling cluster earrings, which is a design that one of my sisters thought of and I brought to life. It is fun, modern, and as usual can be made in all sorts of color combinations! I’ve seen other quilling artists use this design (and spin offs of this design) over the past few years, so it caught on – a definite sign of a great fashion! I made a new color recently, this lovely olive green that you see below, so I thought it was time for a roundup of all of the colors I have made so far, as well as a reminder that I have a free tutorial for this style up on the blog disguised as a Christmas tutorial!
I hope you enjoyed seeing all of these fun paper quilling cluster earrings! Which one is your favorite? Have you made any cluster style earrings?
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I LOVE those long black ones…they remind me of a feather boa! So pretty! I’ve done a few cluster pairs with metallic paper at the request of customers looking for “wear to work” earrings.
Yes, they DO look like a feather boa! Imagine them in pink! Metallic ones are always fun!