Cannabis Jewelry DIY: Ear Buds

Welcome to the first (and probably the last) cannabis craft post on Wake and Bake. I’m not a very crafty person and I’m pretty realistic when I see something on pinterest that isn’t going to happen. I have a board called MYBDIY (make your boyfriend do itfor you) for all of those projects.

Since I’m a failed diy-er, making these without a plan felt like the most creative thing I’ve ever done. This is how it went down:

I was walking around the jewelry making store with a friend and saw these tiny corked vials with hoops in them. I thought… “you could totally put weed in that” because I think that about pretty much everything. I saw some earring hooks and thought “omfffffffg you could make weed earrings!!”

ear budsSo I threw down the 3 dollars for materials, headed home, grabbed some tweezers and made these bad mofs. And then we sat around talking weed puns until the phrase Ear Buds came up.

I’m headed into town to get the pieces to make them again so I have a pair for the summer. They take less than 5 minutes to put together and require no special tools. And they are just the cutest!

Obviously, you should only wear these where appropriate. Stick these in your ears when you’re kicking it around the house or when you’re getting down as a bridesmaid for a pot themed wedding.

Cannabis Jewelry DIY: Ear Buds


2- Mini Glass Bottles with Corks and Screws (if you can’t find them locally, you can get them here)

2- Earring Hooks (you can get them here)

2- Small Buds

  1. Attach the earring hooks to the screws on the cork of the mini glass jars.
  2. Using tweezers insert two small buds into the jars.
  3. Plug the jar with the cork.
  4. Be the most precious stoner chick ever.

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    October 9, 2019 at 4:51 pm

    Adorable ! If you had fun doing it then your art project was a success =]

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