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How to make golden gummy bear earrings

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Gather your supplies and feel free to experiment with other shapes of gummies and other colors of polish!

Gather your supplies and feel free to experiment with other shapes of gummies and other colors of polish!

Paint at least two coats of the sparkly nail polish on your gummies (orange bears work best since they're close to the color of the nail polish...this will change depending on the color of polish)

Paint at least two coats of the sparkly nail polish on your gummies (orange bears work best since they're close to the color of the nail polish...this will change depending on the color of polish)

Let them dry between each coat until they're as gold as you want them

Let them dry between each coat until they're as gold as you want them

Stick a head pin through each bear and hang them to finish drying

Stick a head pin through each bear and hang them to finish drying

Bend headpins and cut off excess. Press jewels into gummies. Mine had metal prongs on the back because they were from my old bedazzler, but if you have flat-backed jewels, super glue should do it

Bend headpins and cut off excess. Press jewels into gummies. Mine had metal prongs on the back because they were from my old bedazzler, but if you have flat-backed jewels, super glue should do it

Loop headpins through hooks using the pliers, spray with two coats of shellack (letting dry between each coat ) and voila!

Loop headpins through hooks using the pliers, spray with two coats of shellack (letting dry between each coat ) and voila!

  • Earring findings
  • Gold nail polish
  • Jewels
  • Shellack
  • Gummy bears
  • Jewelry pliers
  • Super glue