Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Bass Clef Faux Gauges

If you've ever played in a band or orchestra before, you'll probably recognize these as bass clefs. They're in sheet music for instruments like the cello, euphonium, double bass, bass guitar, bassoon, contrabassoon, trombone, baritone, tuba, timpani, harp and keyboard instruments. 

Not gonna lie, I had some help from Wikipedia for that list. 

But wait, there's more!
I made these into cute faux gauges. Basically, embed the post half of an earring into the front, and the back half into...well, the back half. Just make sure you also poke a hole in the clay so that the post has enough room for when you actually put the halves together.

 Also see my post on Tentacle Faux Gauges if you haven't already!


  1. Hi,
    I'm really interested in these earrings... I wanted to make some myself but it seems pretty difficult. Could you maybe e-mail me or show me how to make them? :) Also... where did you find the post you used for it?

    1. Hey,

      Wow, I can't even remember the last time I posted on here haha. Thanks for the interest though!

      They're not hard at all to make, especially if you've worked with polymer clay (like sculpey, FIMO, etc.) before. Just roll out a snake, curl one end, and stick two balls onto it. Then take a SHARP blade and slice where you want the earring post to go.
      The posts are just normal small sized earring posts you can get from craft or jewelry stores. If you can get ones with clutch backs, that will make the process easier, but any should work!
      Embed the back into the...back part of the earring and make sure there's enough room for the post to stick in. Then bake all of it and glue the post half on after it's cooled. Good luck! Let me know if you need more help :)

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