This is the second project that will focus on accessory adaptability. This is a very simple craft; it allows for a great degree of versatility with very little effort. All you will need for the undertaking is earring backs (the ones below were obtained from Michael's), designer paper, clear tape, and Elmer's glue.
Cut out circles that are the diameter of the recessed interior of the earring. For these earrings a one inch hole punch worked very well. Next, laminate the paper circles or seal them with contact paper or tape. Attach the circles to the earrings with Elmer's glue. When you wish to switch them out, simply peel off the circles and scrap off any remaining glue.