Handmade and hand painted atlas moth earrings! These atlas moths are made with polymer clay and have orange pipe cleaner antenna! Just like real atlas moths, the small windows on the wings are transparent! On the backside of the moth is a plain orange oval and the flat, untextured and unpainted side of the wings. The earrings are oriented on their wires to face forward while being worn, but may turn with movement.
DISCLAIMER: The moth antennae are made with pipe cleaners, and the tips of these pipe cleaners even with the length of jump rings/chain may touch your ears during wear!
FRAGILE: These earrings should be handled with care! Polymer clay is pretty resilient, but as the wings are rather thin, please keep that in mind when storing them!
Weight and size may vary slightly
WEIGHT: 41 grams
WIDTH: 8 cm
HEIGHT: 5 cm
THICKNESS: 1 cm
[Visual description: Two orange atlas moth earrings. The atlas moths are facing forward with their wings open to show the pattern on them. The moths have large triangular wings, with a slight bump out of the wing on the very top side of each top wing. Each wing has a transparent 'window', with 2 on each wing on the top, and 1 on each on the bottom. These 'windows' have a thin black outline. The wings are detailed with thin white and black lines with yellow and brown around the edges of the wing. The top bump outs on the wing are light yellow, and almost look like a snake's head. The moths have a fuzzy orange and yellow striped body and 2 fuzzy orange antennae made of pipe cleaners. The earrings are on a white Chlosoup earring card and the background is purple paper shred.]
Got these for my bf. They are very cute