I don’t think there’s much cuter than these Boho Rainbow Earrings! Here’s how you can make you own for cheap!
Rainbows bring out the child in us every time we see one. They make us think of hope and wonder and personally, I just LOVE them!
These Boho Rainbow Earrings are and easy and fun project to make for yourself or with your little’s.
Preheat oven to 350℉.
Begin by cutting your take out container into two separate flat sheets, but be careful not to tear it, as it is thin and tears easily.
Download your Boho Rainbow Earring Template.
Place the first sheet on top of your template, and begin tracing the rainbow with the permanent markers. You can place a small piece of painter’s tape on the plastic sheet to help hold it in place. I outlined each part of the rainbow first, and then colored it in.
Once you have traced and colored the rainbow, move the plastic over the circle template. Make sure to leave plenty of room between the rainbow and circle, as you will need excess plastic around the rainbow. Trace and color in the circle.
Repeat the same steps on the second plastic sheet.
Cut out the circles, staying close to the outer edge. Cut out the rainbows, but leave about ¼” around the outer edge, and cut flat across the bottom.
Using the hole puncher, make a hole at the top center of each rainbow in the excess clear plastic portion. This is why it’s important to leave the extra ¼”.
Next, make a hole at the top and bottom center in each circle.
Place the rainbows and circles on a parchment paper lined baking sheet. Make sure to leave plenty of space between each object, as they move quite a bit when baking, and you don’t want them to stick together.
Place the baking sheet in the oven, and bake for 2-3 minutes. Keep the oven light on, and watch them as they bake. They will curl up, and some of the sides almost look like they are going to touch, but then they will start to flatten back out, and shrink in size. Continue baking until all pieces are completely flat, which usually takes around 4-5 minutes. Remove from the oven, and let cool.
Once cooled, open a jump ring with a pair of round and needle nose pliers. Place the jump ring through the top of a rainbow, and one hole in the pink circle. Close the jump ring with the needle nose pliers.
Open another jump ring, and place it through the other hole in the pink circle, and through one of the earring hooks. Close the jump ring with needle nose pliers.
Repeat with the other rainbow and circle.
I think they’re absolutely adorable and I can’t wait to make all kinds of other ones for the summer!