How to Make Cheap Clip-on Earrings

Ok, suppose you want to wear an ear/nose/nipple/navel/whatever ring, but you don't want to pierce it.Or maybe you want to try it out for a while before you decide. Well, there's a cheap and easy way to make hoop earrings without having to pay for it.

First you will need:

It's really simple. Here's what you do:
  1. Get a spiral note book. Make sure the spiral binding is the right size for the earrings you want. Also make sure they are the right colour.
  2. Cut off the end of the spiral. Count the number of earrings you want and cut a little more than that number off the end of the notebook's spiral binding. Don't use the entire binding or else the notebook will be useless and if you borrowed it from someone they will be disapointed with you! Once you've cut, you can just rotate the spiral until it comes out of the notebook. You should now a have an inch or more of spiral wire.
  3. Cut down the tops of the spiral. Use the wire cutters to cut the tops of the spirals (as marked in yellow). This should make several circular hoops.
  4. Bend the loops flat. just bend the loops into flat hoops of the shape you want. The end pieces probably won't work if you weren't careful to make them complete loops.
  5. File the ends (or don't). The ends will be a bit rough, so you have 2 options:
    1. Deal with it.
    2. File until content.
    I always did number 1, but I never had a decent file.

That's it. Now you have a never ending supply of fake earrings!