Rose Garden Earrings – Polymer Clay Rose Petal Jewelry

Rose Petal Bead Earrings- Polymer Clay TutorGallery (11 pics): “”Wearing them is like being transported to a sweetly scented rose garden, on a warm Summer’s eve.” ~Cindy Lietz

When creating unique polymer clay jewelry, sometimes all the components just come together as if they were meant for each other. This was very much the case when I was creating these lovely Rose Garden Earrings, in today’s Gallery presentation.

The main beads were made by mixing real rose petals with polymer clay. I think they go perfectly with with the intricately designed silver plated caps, and antiqued silver-filled twisted rose ear wires. Then to round out the colors and the rose theme, a softly colored rose quartz dagger bead sways gently down under each of the earrings.

Wearing them is like being transported to a sweetly scented rose garden, on a warm Summer’s eve.

Below are some photos that Willow photographed for your enjoyment. Plus, the earrings pictured are available for purchase if anyone is interested.

Rose Garden Earrings (11 pics):

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The Rose Garden Earrings are 2 1/4″ long  (5cm) and the earwires are made using high quality nickel free Silver-Filled wire which is suitable for anyone who can wear Sterling Silver Earrings. They are displayed on a hand handcrafted custom jewelry card which has been signed by the artist… me, Cindy Lietz :)
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Price: $45 (US): Rose Garden Earrings – If you are interested in purchasing the earrings shown in today’s gallery post, then please contact us. Be sure to include your full mailing address so we can work out the shipping cost and get back to you with payment instructions.

By the way, if you did not get a chance to see the last special Gallery feature, here is a direct link: Orlando Area Polymer Clay Guild Fandango Retreat

Open Mic: Please feel free to use the comment section below as a forum for discussing whatever is on your mind. Ask questions… post tutorial requests… share stories about your latest creations… or just say HI! This is your community! The more you put in, the more it gives back.

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Comments

  1. You know I LOVE seeing great close-ups of your finished jewelry, Cindy. For anyone who hasn’t tried Video 043-4: Wire Wrap Technique For Making Fancy Rose Earrings yet, this photo show contains some of the best macro shots yet of the wire details. Thanks, Willow!

  2. Hi Cindy
    Love the Rose Garden earrings … I’m stl working on perfect the rose wire ear. Wires … I did like your suggestion of using a mirror. Because I am lefty. Used inexpensive wire I had in the house for practice …I think I have to buy a better pair of round nose pliers because I got my first set of jewelry tool in a cheap kit that had a beading board plus 3 different ones but they did not have smooth surfaces…..they leave marks on the jewelry …any sugggestion on a fairly inexpensive. It good brand that a local Micheals would carry… For now I put tape acrosss the teeth…..on good note… I just committed mu self Tou work by ordering 500 business cards and a t shirt with the same purple and flower that is on the business card…can’t wait to get it and wear if for mu first official. Craft show….I’ll let you guys know how it goes after

  3. I am writing to tell you that I made the ear-wire roses out of heavy gauge copper wire. They are about 2cm diameter. The end in the middle is a little stalk that is bent straight out at right angles. They look really good, not sure what I will do with them yet, but I think they would work well embedded in polymer clay in a brooch or pendant. I am going to antique them with liver of sulphur or ammonia. So, one idea leads to another…..
    Jan

  4. Love the pictures Willow took. Dad must be very proud of her photography as well as Mom. She sure had a beautiful subject to shoot.

    Been having trouble with my computer haven’t been able to watch last tute yet but hubby has worked on and will need to work some more. So talk about on edge to see a tute. That is suppose to be gone on Friday so you can imagine the tension here today.

    I agree these earrings would make a very lovely Mother’s Day Gift.

    Uuuugggs to all

  5. My immediate response to your top picture was to gasp in awe — so beautiful !!! I love floral components!

  6. I’ve been lurking on your site for quite some time. These are just lovely! I’m so hoping that I can sign up soon! It’s what I want for my birthday… so here’s hoping! Your work is beautiful and you are such an encourager!

    • Thank you Tammie and Welcome|! I hope you do decide to join us. Most of our members wish that they had joined sooner, when they do finally start getting the tutorials. They enjoy the inspiration and the encouragement to grow as a creative person. Thanks for the kind comments. I really appreciate that!

  7. “Happy Mothers Day Cindy and all the clayers out there who are Mothers” coming up here on May 13th. The earrings are so pretty. I would love to smell them!

  8. Hi Cindy – I’m back after being ill with an abscess, horrible experience, so relieved to be able to sit at my PC and watch your videos!

    I have a request, I’ve seen some fantastic canework where, for e.g, a flower appears not only on the background but to actually stand out from it. How is this done?

    Thanks – oh and a tip based on my ‘experience’, lay off the chocolates and rich food ladies! It’s not worth it!
    Marion

    • Sorry about your abscess Marion… that sounds nasty! Hope you are feeling better now. Thanks for the tute request. There are lots of ways to go about adding cane slices in a dimensional manner. I will put that on the list for possible tutorials.

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