Midas Touch Paper Bead Earrings Giveaway!

Posted on Dec 26, 2009 in Paper Bead Creations | 6 comments

Christmas is finally over and now looking forward to New Year.  If you’re like me, I will just wear the same old black dress and accessorize!  I have something for you I think is New Year’s Eve party worthy.  It is very, very inexpensive but can be customized to match your outfit.  I was playing with paper beads (as usual), and came up with something that has texture and can be custom made to your liking.  I am giving away this pair of earrings, all you have to do is write me a comment on how you think I made the paper bead that’s the main component to this earring.

Since I am only picking one, I will give instructions on how to make them on my next post.  Fair enough?  Okay, here’s images of what I call my New Year’s Eve Party Earrings.


I can tell you this, I used the metal paper bead roller, to come up with the tube shape paper bead.




In my next post would be a how to in silver this time.


Good luck and thanks for stopping by.  Don’t forget, just a short comment on how you think I made the paper bead tube.  Good news is I would even ship international.


  1. Wow! I have no clue how you made those beads, but I’m really interested in learning how you make them! Glad I found your site!!

  2. I love the earrings..
    I also enjoying making paper beads jewelery. Visit my web: http://tocimi.multiply.com/
    (sorry it’s in Bahasa Indonesia, hope you can access it in your country)

  3. I honestly have no idea how you made these but will be doing some google searches in just a few minutes. Making beads of out recycled paper into jewelry is a very neat idea. I am guessing that you rolled embossed designed paper over the clear tube….

  4. Lovely pics! Lovely earrings! I’m guessing you used a clear ink pad to stamp an image on gold paper and then embossed the design using clear embossing powder and a heat tool. Last step would be to roll the paper using the bead roller tool.

  5. sooooo coool!

  6. Yes very nice. I believe you just rolled &stamp; glued the paper with a wire or something in the center for causing a hole……