Saturday, January 5, 2013

Quilling: Earrings

Here are several of my earrings.  All of these pictured here are original designs that I have made over these last few years.  I'll post more designs as I get together more pictures.

Prices range from $8-$22, please contact me ( if you have any questions.

 Above: I call these my African earrings as I designed them for an African costume I had put together.  Price: $8
 Above: These Descending Triangles have a very modern look.  I can make these with just one color or with any color combination you choose.  Price: $12
 Above: I have not yet named this design (feel free to give me suggestions), so I'll call them Untitled #1.  These were inspired by some earrings I saw in a movie, though I'm fairly certain that those were plastic instead of paper.  Price: $15
 Above: Again, un-named, so Untitled #2.  These were inspired by some earrings that Shaylynn (from made, called Fireworks, I believe.  These were designed rather last minute when I discovered that a class I was going to teach that I thought was going to be 2 hours was instead going to be closer to 30 minutes.  Price: $8
 Above: Free-fall Circles are fun to wear.  Each earring is five circles of different sizes, all interlocking and falling down from each other.  Price: $18
 Above: I'm sorry for the very bad picture, I ended up selling this pair, otherwise I would post a better picture of it.  I'll call these Splash, as they are made up of about seven "droplets".  Price: $12
 Above: Untitled #3.  As possibly my "simplest" and cleanest design, these earrings match well with any outfit, being simple enough for denim, and elegant enough for dressier outfits.  I have only done these in a single color, but I would be willing to do several colors, or to attempt a gradual color change in these if desired.  Price: $15
 Above: Untitled #4.  These were my first successful earring design.  They are made from 1/16" wide paper, so are thinner and more delicate than most of my earrings.  Price: $18
Above: These Concentric Circles may well be my favorite personal design.  They dance when you move!  Price: $22
 Above: Water Drops start large and end in a small droplet at the end.  Price: $10
 Above: These Fuchsia Blossoms were inspired by another artist's quilling.  Since they are a particular type of flower, they are made with a dark red and purple.  Price: $15
 Above:  I designed these around the time that some friends and I were getting together a writing group, so I named them Inkblot.  You may not be able to see clearly in this picture, they are made with both blue and black paper.  Price: $20


  1. They are ALL incredibly beautiful, Chava!!! I LOVE the Inkblot. :^)
    As for name ideas, here are some thoughts:
    Untitled #1 looks dwarfish, to me. Symmetrical, bold, elaborate.
    Untitled #2 are fun, little party bangles!
    Untitled #3 'Simplicity'?
    Untitled #4 deffinatly look elvish, even reminds me of the Evenstar pendant. :love:

    1. Ooh, thanks for the name ideas! I really like "Simplicity" for #3, and maybe I can incorporate your thoughts into what I end up naming the rest. :)

  2. What about the grapefruit slices?

    1. I don't have any pictures of those yet. I also need pictures of the ones I made for the LEP.

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