|earings made using jNicLoft silver tear drops.|
I love the decision I made and I love pierced ears! I do think that my parents were wise though in their choice. I went through a time in high school where I would have even wanted to have two holes in each ear. I now think back on that and I'm glad that I wasn't allowed to pierce them because I might have gone ahead and done two holes and I would hate to be stuck with those now. I'm so glad to have skipped that potential mistake. In my church we believe that one hole in each ear is plenty and counseled to keep it at one. This counsel came out before I got mine pierced and I'm glad for the inspiration my parents had.
After wearing studs for a long time I started to branch out and wear other styles and now find myself never wearing studs. I don't wear any other jewelry except earrings and my wedding ring. If I am missing either one of those then I feel naked.
One sister and I learned to make earrings for ourselves and the other sisters and now when I get a chance I actually make a pair for me. My favorite place to buy earrings is Jnic Designs on etsy. I love her style and I love her oxidized sterling silver! She also has a supply shop, jNic Loft, where Jennifer sells her hand forged wires and findings along with beads. This is my little package I got in the mail recently with two sets of ear wires and some round circles to use later.
I also just received this aqua pair in the mail. I ordered them from a Very Jane seller, Dandilicious Designs, and was surprised at how light they are. I feel like I don't have any earrings in at all.
I would love to hear your pierced ear stories and how you feel about it for your children. But please no hole ripping stories, that just grosses me out :)
jNic Loft hand forged oxidized sterling silver tear drops.
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Dandilicious Designs on etsy