Channel your inner wizard with these Harry Potter Deathly Hallows Earrings. Create them using your Cricut and charm all the Potter fans in your life!
It’s time for another set of earrings! I had a reader request for a fun set of Harry Potter earrings that could be made using the Cricut Explore or Maker. Immediately I decided to do a pair of Deathly Hallows earrings, cut in black faux suede. All of these earrings are so fun to make…check them out!
What are the Deathly Hallows? They are three powerful magical objects: the Resurrection Stone (which can summon the dead), the Elder Wand (considered unbeatable), and the Cloak of Invisibility (which renders the user invisible). The symbol in these earrings are a combination of all three—the round stone, the triangular cloak, and the straight wand. According to wizard lore, if a person possesses all three hallows, he or she can become the Master of Death.
Or, in this case, the Master of Harry Potter Style!
I really love working with Cricut’s faux suede—it cuts like a dream and is so light you’ll forget you’re wearing these earrings. You can make them in any color that you like, but I thought Cricut’s black faux suede was a great choice for these Deathly Hallows earrings. They come together in less than 10 minutes so they are a great last-minute Mother’s Day gift. Click here to learn more about assembling the fishhook part of the earrings. It’s super easy!
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