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DIY Easy Layered Earrings Plus SVG file

Written by: | Published: March 31, 2020 | Updated: January 16, 2023

Did you know, you can make your own earrings with your Cricut? Yep! Quickly cut a variety of materials to create all kinds of DIY earrings. From paper to genuine leather, the Cricut can cut the materials and all you need to do is assemble.

Make your own earrings designed by Jen Goode

Creating multi-layered earrings is super simple. There’s a couple different ways you can layer different or same materials and create a variety of styles. Just cut the materials with your Cricut machine and start creating!

You can create a variety of mix and match earrings with this tutorial

Make your own layered earrings

This set of DIY earrings is perfect for mix and matching. The SVG file includes a variety of layers you can create in a number of combinations. Change layers, sizes, colors and materials to make a wide array of earrings, just from these 8 designs.


  • Cricut machine and Cricut Design Space
  • SVG Earring file (download below)
  • Standard or strong grip mat
  • Faux leather in blue and green
  • Metallic gold iron-on vinyl
  • Earring findings and jewelry pliers
  • Piercing tool.
  • Iron or EasyPress – I used my EasyPress mini, it’s perfect for earrings.

These earring designs will work with hanging/dangle earring findings as well as posts. You design what kind of earring you want to create and assemble the pieces accordingly.

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Make your own peacock earrings - materials you need


  1. Upload the earring SVG file to Cricut Design Space.
  2. Resize to the dimensions you’d like to create. Mine about just about 2″ tall.
  3. Set your layer colors. I choose blue for the back piece, green for the twig shape, gold metallic iron-on for the top details.
  4. Send everything to cut and follow the onscreen instructions to cut each material.
  5. Once everything is cut, iron the vinyl on and check for the finding holes at the top of each piece. NOTE: The file includes a small hole for the earring findings. However, you may need to use your piercing tool to create a bigger hole.
  6. Attach your earring findings and you’re finished!

Find the SVG file to download for this earring set below.

pierce holes for jewelry findings
iron-on vinyl to decorate your earrings
Set iron-on vinyl to faux leather with an iron or EasyPress
Finished peacock earring

Download Earring SVG Cut Files

Below you’ll find 3 earring sets to download here along with a list of other sites to find earring SVG files. The 3 sets below, are all designed to mix and match. Upload them all to your Cricut canvas and play around with the different layers, see what pretty designs you can create.

Create a variety of earrings - mix and match layers

Buy the full earring bundle

Get more files types plus a delicate drawing line and additional cut shapes. The bundle below includes 3 layered earring styles with multiple file types for each design (SVG, DXF, PNG and JPG). You’ll also get drawing lines you can use to engrave, emboss or draw accents to level up your earring projects.

download this art by Jen Goode

This single style earring SVG design includes multiple layers that can be mixed and matched to create a variety of pretty earrings with your Cricut!

Get this Free File

Peacock Layered Earring Set SVG Cut File

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More DIY earring SVGs and ideas

Check out all these fun earring designs. Each design includes an SVG file you can download and use with your Cricut machine. Check out all these designs below.

DIY Earrings you can make with your Cricut
DIY Earrings you can make with your Cricut

Check out all these fun earring designs and SVG files:

I hope you have fun with these DIY earrings. Create earrings as gifts or items to sell. Cut out a bunch of different designs and have yourself a whole new selection of earrings to accessorize with for any occasion.

PLUS you can use these SVG files to create coordinating jewelry and other Cricut crafts!

What do you think? Will you be making your own earrings?

Make your own peacock earrings - materials you need
Make your own peacock earrings – materials you need
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2 thoughts on “DIY Easy Layered Earrings Plus SVG file”

    • The material I used was faux leather, so it was already colored. I think you can dye leather… so you might be able to use a paintbrush to brush on a color onto the back. Let me know what you end up trying.


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