Handmade Earrings with Quilling papers

vaishnavi satrasala By vaishnavi satrasala, 18th Jun 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Here is a tutorial which teaches you to make an easy and amazing earrings or commonly known as jumkhas.

Indian Jumkhas

Things Required:
1.3D mini mold
2.Quilling needle
3.Glue
4.fittings
5.3mm quilling strips-5 of pink color and 5 of white color
6.nail ppolish(of nail color)
7.plier

Procedure

Paste the pink and white colored strips alternately end to end with the help of glue.Let it dry for some time.Then roll this long strip formed gently with the help of quilling needle.Care must be taken that the roll should not be too tight so as to avoid the strip from tearing off.Paste the end of the roll with glue.Take the roll gently and let it dry.Take the 3D mini mold and select the size of the rings you would like to make.Place the roll over mold and press gently so that the shape of an umbrella is formed.Then make a small roll of pink color and paste it over the umbrella base formed above.After it's been dried, coat the entire thing with nail polish(of nail color) as water proof.Attach the fittings into the top of the roll with the help of plier or simply with hands.
The jumkhas thus formed are as shown in the image above.Hope you like them.

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I am an engineering student from Electronics and communication Department.I love to share whatever comes in my mind.And this is how I am sharing.....through writing :)

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author avatar BNelson
18th Jun 2015 (#)

I suppose you could pick any two colors to make these earings with

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author avatar vaishnavi satrasala
19th Jun 2015 (#)

Yes you can use any colors.Here I have used pink and white

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