Prada Inspired Resin Rose Earrings
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Prada Inspired Resin Rose Earrings

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Prada Inspired Resin Rose Earrings
Prada Inspired Resin Rose Earrings
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Get the designer look without the designer price with these Prada Inspired Resin Rose Earrings. Flawlessly retro and delightfully feminine, these designer-inspired earrings are a must-have for any DIY jewelry collection. Use resin cabochons and pear-shaped rhinestones to craft a customized pair of your very own pair of DIY earrings. Follow this fabulous tutorial to learn how to make earrings that are fashionable, yet thrifty. Make these homemade earrings, save a little cash, and stop and smell the roses.


Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeCrystal, Miscellaneous

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Bead Technique UsedChainmail/Wirework

Bead Project TypeEarrings

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It's gorgeous, and I want to save it, but I can't find any "save" on this item, as I can with others on this website

Hi MagiKat, you can save this project by hitting the gray '+Save' button that appears directly under the green 'Easy' banner on the page (to the right of the social media buttons). Hope this helps! -Editor of AllFreeJewelryMaking.com

this comment was so timely cause i was about to give up on trying to find the add button

A long time ago, while on vacation, I came upon a craft store going out of business. I bought a ton of stuff. In it were roses like these, in pink with black dots and blue with dots. I had no idea how I would use them. This is perfect! With a few modifications they will be gorgeous.

Oh my. What do I say about these earrings? They are gorgeous. I love them and the way the crystals sparkle. They look like earrings made for a princess, royal or Disney. I wish there were a way to copy this same look but to do it by stringing the beads. Its a personal preference but I do not like cabochons as they make a piece look too mass produced.

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