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Luna Lovegood’s Radish Earrings

© Alli


Jewelry wire
Red acrylic paint
Purple acrylic paint


Take a small amount of Sculpey and form 2 balls. One ball per earring.

Figure 1

Pinch the end of the ball and pull to form a small ‘tail’.

Figure 2

Bend the wire to form an earring, keeping one end long

Figure 3

Stick the long end of the wire into the top (rounded) part of the ball

Figure 4

Bake for 15-20 minutes as intructed on Sculpey box.

Once cool, paint using red paint. (To achieve a more realistic color, you can mix some purple with the red)

Figure 5

Let dry, and wear!

Final Product

Luna Lovegood's Radish Earrings


Alli’s tutorial was taken with permission.

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