When I saw these cute candy corn earrings designed by Infarrantly Creative, I was immediately in love! She cut up paint samples, glued them together, snipped them into candy corn shapes, filed their edges down, and used her drill to make holes in them. All that was WAY too much work for me, but it did inspire me to make an easier version- paper punch earrings!
I don't know about you, but I have about a thousand punches lying around my house not earning their keep at all. Until today! I gathered some fall-themed paper punches and double-sided cardstock.
I punched out some pumpkins and leaves and squirted Aleene's Paper Glaze over them.
See how it's all dimensional? It basically turns the punch-out into a thick shiny little plastic chip.
Once they dried, I took my Fiskars tiny-hole puncher and punched holes through the tops.
PS- It is extemely difficult to take a focused picture of one's own earlobe. Additionally, can someone explain to me why I chose to take said earlobe-picture in the morning before I had any makeup on? Or even brushed my hair? Oy.