Best Places to Buy Faux Leather for Faux Leather Earrings

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Best Places to Buy Faux Leather for Cricut Earrings

If you’re new to making earrings with a Cricut, or you’re wondering where to buy faux leather sheets to make Cricut earrings, it can be overwhelming to know where to begin!

In this post, I’ll share links to my favorite places to buy faux leather sheets for Cricut earrings.

I’m a Cricut jewelry making fanatic, and I primarily use faux leather in my Cricut earring projects. I’m often asked what the best places to buy faux leather to make earrings with a Cricut are, so I’ve put together this list of some of my favorite shops and faux leather suppliers.

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Thicket Company – This is my go-to shop for my workshop craft kits. They offer great options for faux leather, especially prints and SMOOTH faux leathers, which I love to use for applying heat transfer vinyl on! Visit them here.

Craftyrific – great assortment, fun patterns and colors, super fast shipping! Check them out here.

Art of Fabric Folding – colorful assortment of faux leather, as well as unique materials like jelly sheets and textured materials. They also have a lot of great cork sheets. Check them out here.

Trendy Luxe – this shop has some really interesting textures of faux leather. They also update their assortment weekly so I check back often to see what’s new in their shop. You can see it here.

Millie & Olive Fabric – this shop has some amazing patterns of faux leather! Great assortment of polka dots, stripes, bright colors, and tons of glitter sheets too. Visit them here.

Peggy Sue Also – I could not list my favorite Etsy shops for earring materials without mentioning this AMAZING shop. Be aware that this shop features mostly genuine leathers, not faux leather. But if you get the earring making bug and want to start making earrings with genuine leather and a die cutting machine like the Sizzix Big Shot or Sizzix Big Shot Plus, Peggy Sue Also features gorgeous, soft leathers you’ll love to make earrings with.


Faux Leather For You – Family owned faux leather website with great prints and super fast shipping! Kay and Brendan have a thriving Facebook community where they offer live sales, sneak peeks, and share inspiration from crafters using their materials.

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Pretty In Pink Supply – This shop has great printed faux leather. I love how they pull together different prints and patterns in collections so you can see what other faux leathers would coordinate.

Craftyrific – The website for the Etsy shop by the same name. Great selection of seasonal faux leather prints and patterns.


It’s hard to list specific shops on Amazon that sell faux leather because the assortment changes constantly. However, I do have a few favorite faux leathers on Amazon.

Smooth Faux Leather in Assorted Colors – I make a lot of earrings from faux leather with heat transfer vinyl pressed on top, and I find smooth faux leather is best for this application. This smooth faux leather from Amazon is available in assorted colors and is my go-to smooth faux leather for my tutorials and workshops.

This is also the faux leather I used and recommend for making foiled earrings with a Cricut. To learn more about this, check out the YouTube video below.

Colored Cork Faux Leather – Cork is one of my favorite earring materials to work with, and this is a great assortment package to start with. To see how to make Cricut earrings from cork, check out my tutorial here.

Printed Cork Faux LeatherThese cork assortments on Amazon are filled with pretty patterns. Cork is so lightweight and easy to cut. I have a YouTube video on how I used this patterned cork here:

Chunky Glitter Faux Leather – This is a great assortment of colored chunky glitter faux leathers from Amazon. I always have this chunky glitter assortment on hand. To check out all of my tips and tricks for cutting chunky faux leather with a Cricut, watch the YouTube video below.


If you’re new to making faux leather earrings with a Cricut, you may have wondered about the faux leather ribbon spools at Hobby Lobby and if you can use them for making earrings. The colors and patterns are pretty and the ribbon is often on sale. You can find it in the sewing and fabric department near the ribbon section, not in the jewelry making or crafting aisles.

However, in my experience, some colors/patterns are very difficult to cut with a Cricut. For that reason, I recommend beginning faux leather earring makers avoid using Hobby Lobby faux leather ribbon as their first material to avoid frustration and wasted materials.

Once you’ve cut faux leather with your Cricut and learned some tips and tricks to help get better cuts, you can try cutting Hobby Lobby faux leather ribbon.


All of my faux leather earring tutorials have complete material lists and links to the faux leather and supplies I used. To see all of my Cricut Jewelry Making tutorials on my blog, click here.


Best Places to Buy Faux Leather for Cricut Earrings

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  1. Hello! I am so glad I’ve found your page! Do you know if your earring hooks keep their color? It is so difficult to get good quality

    1. Hi, thanks for your comment! I recommend stainless steel earwires if that’s something you are concerned about over the long term (a year or more). 🙂

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