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cute vintage earrings that are so easy to make
I saw some vintage earrings from Claire's, but I didn't think they were worth $7+.

I used wire cutters to cut off the pin parts of the brads. Then I hot glue-gunned them onto flat earring posts.
Just be careful when you're using the metal cutters, I have several large cuts in my fingers!

I sell some of the jewelry I make, so I was wondering how much I should charge? Right now I'm saying $2. Is that right? I'm thinking once demand goes up even more it'll be $5.

Thanks for looking!


Posted by Janessa M. from La Cañada Flintridge, California, United States • Published See Janessa M.'s 3 projects »

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Zelma T.
Zelma T. · Roma, Queensland, AU · 4 projects
you have to remember to charge for your time too though.
what i do is work out how much i paid for all my materials and then add the same percentage to every item i make.
i actually think people will pay more rather than less because a higher price screams 'quality'.
up to you! $2 is a fair price. especially if you didn't pay much for the materials.
ChaeEatzZombehGutz · 2 projects
really cute!

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