These earrings are made of fabric and wood, they have a bit of a funky feel but any fabric can be used to personalize them.
I started with these thin wooden discs. They come in a bag of about three different sizes.
And this cute fabric scrap I picked up at Wally-World for $1.
Ok so I planned to simply drill a hole through the disc for the earring parts. But it just so happens I am missing the piece of my drill that actually does the drilling.
But I was determined to make these earrings. So... I was able to take the "drill bit" and manually "drill" through the disc. Yes, it sounds harder than it actually was. It literally took only 2 minutes to drill the hole.
Before I applied the fabric to the wood, I painted the wood white. This just helps give the fabric a bright look, it will look a little dull without the white underneath.
Using the all powerful Mod Podge, I covered the first side of the wooden disc.
Leaving about 1/16" of the fabric around the disc, snip around every so often so that you can glue fabric to the sides.
With the first side complete, just add another round fabric piece to the other side.
Carefully drill another hole through the fabric.
Add a jump ring and an earring hook.