Clay (any color you like)
plated silver for the studs (package shown bellow)
Clear nail polish
add as many or few as you like I call these rose buds because I only added a few.
Make sure you cut off the excess on the back of the flower so that it is flat and will sit flesh with your ear when you try them on. I found it much easier to do small roses for earrings because when I first made them bigger they were too heavy for studs. Once your rose is how you like bake in the oven following the instructions on your clay, mine was 30 minutes at 230 degrees. Then Add a rhinestone with some hot glue if you like & apply a coat of clear nail polish and you have a cute pair of earrings! have fun! =)
Then I was having too much fun so I made matching rings :) All I did for these was make a bigger rose and then glue it to the ring base.
If you have any questions just let me know! Have a wonderful week =)