Earring Nuts helps to keep your earrings in place and makes it more comfortable when you wear your earrings for a longer period of time. There are many types of ear nuts to suit different styles and tastes in jewelry making. There are acrylic, silicon, stainless steel and so on and so forth. These jewelry findings play a major role even though we do not realize.
The more common earnuts we see in the market are the “butterfly clutch” and barrel style. These are the types of earnuts that come with most studs. These are the ones that we normally see on the market and usually fits all standard earstuds.
Earnuts also come in different finishing, just like any other jewelry findings. Now you can pair them up with different colors!
If you feel that the plain surface is not what you are looking for, then you can go for those that comes with designs!
Other than that, the acrylic type of earnuts with the comfort clutch can help make it more comfortable with heavier stud earrings. So you now can wear them for a longer period of time without hurting your earlobes!
Silicon and rubber earnuts can be used on studs and also other earring types! Due to its properties, these earnuts aren’t that rigid; so you can slide them over any style of earrings and do not have to worry if the earnuts are going to break. They are light in weight and are comfortable on the ear, so no need for worrying when you slide them on.
If you want something even more economical, and maybe you are selling your earrings and need earnuts to make sure you don’t lose your displays, you can consider the smaller earnuts and you can get them cheaply in bulk!
Jewelry findings play an important role in our jewelry making no matter how big or small! So take note the little things when you make and wear them!
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