Aleene’s Kitchen Foil Earrings by Tiffany Windsor

Kitchen Foil Earrings by Tiffany Windsor

The Aleene’s vintage technique of crafting with kitchen foil takes on a whole new look with these textured earrings by Tiffany Windsor. Layered brown kraft paper and kitchen foil are the base for this stylish textured jewelry. Featured on Cool2Craft TV.

Watch Tiffany’s super cool Kitchen Foil Earring YouTube video tutorial!


Aleene’s Tacky Double-Stick Sheets
Brown kraft paper (or brown bags)
Kitchen aluminum foil
Marking pen (or other smooth surface to rub the surface of the foil)
Embossing folder and die cut or embossing machine
Small hole punch (for jump rings)
Jewelry findings – jump rings, fish hook earrings
Jewelry pliers

1. Using the Aleene’s Tacky Double-Stick Sheets as a pattern for size, cut three pieces of kraft paper and two pieces of foil slightly larger than the Double-Stick Sheets.

2. Use the Double-Stick Sheets to glue the three layers of kraft paper together.

3. Glue one piece of foil to each side of the layered paper.

4. Use the side of the pen to rub the entire surface of the foil so that all of the layers are firmly adhered right out to the edge. Using the Double-Stick Sheets as a straight edge, cut away excess foil and kraft paper.

5. Run layered paper through embossing machine to create texture.

6. Cut to desired shapes and sizes.

7. Punch hole at top of each piece for jump ring.

8. Insert jump ring and hang on fish hook earrings.

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About Tiffany Windsor

Born into an artistic, entrepreneurial family, it is no surprise that Tiffany has found success expressing her talents in many different arenas. As the daughter of Aleene Jackson, America’s beloved “Mother of Crafting” and inventor of Aleene’s Tacky Glue, Tiffany’s first love is expressing herself creatively. Tiffany is well known in the creative community as the producer and host of Aleene’s Creative Living Television show and editor of the companion newsstand magazine. She has made regular appearances on QVC and HSN and has authored numerous hard-cover and soft-cover books. She is an active member of the Craft and Hobby industry and co-director of the CHA SoCal Chapter. Tiffany is the founder of Cool2Craft, featuring an on-line creative community and popular YouTube channel. -


  1. Martha Bratton says:

    Looking for directions to glue string/yarn designs on wood boxes, cover with tinfoil and then use black paint and rub so box looks like antique. I believe it was in a craft/homemaking magazine years ago and now we want to do this with our teen Girl Scouts.


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