I went straight down my childhood memory lane so fast when I saw these simple shiny round dome stud earrings.
In the 90s, there was these plastic sticker earrings that kids were mad about and I was one of them. These stickers can be plastered onto metal or plastic surfaces and even faces. I remember having them on my metal pencil box then, swapping some with friends and wearing them on ear lobes though they did tend to slip off easily disappearing into my curly hair sometimes.
The 90s sticker earrings made a major dent on my memory as I coveted them so much whenever I spotted new designs that were bigger or colorful that other kids managed to collect. The round ones in particular were somehow my favorite sticker earring style to plant on my spacious lobes.
Of course, those were ages ago. Now my pierced ear lobes can go back the childhood memory lane with round resin stud earrings that will actually stay put on my pierced ears. Do you have a memory wearing sticker earrings in the 80s or 90s? What was your favorite shape?
Relive your memories with these colored round stud earrings handmade by Janetlee Blakney from LOBES Handmade Studs. They come in three specific sizes to fit diverse ear lobe shapes (and your taste) so be sure to get them in the size you prefer.
Cherry Red Stud Earrings
Misty Mauve Stud Earrings
Hot Pink Stud Earrings
Royal Blue Stud Earrings
Do you remember wearing sticker earrings when you were a kid in the 90s? Share your story down below – I’d love to know!
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