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Two front back or jacket earrings are pictured on a bright green paper earring card. Each earring has two parts that are worn on each side of the earlobe. The effect is that these black long legged spiders will look as though they are crawling through your earlobe when you wear them. The front piece has two legs and the spider's head with little pinchers visible. The back piece has two more legs and a rounded black body.
Shown are two spider earrings that are realistic in their shape. They are pictured crawling up an old book with lit candles on top to create a spooky Halloween scene.
Rebekah Thornhill models one of these spider earrings. They are black front and back or jacket earrings. The front piece is the head, pinchers, and four legs of a spiders body. The back part is the other four legs and a rounded spider body. The effect is that it looks as though the spiders are crawling through her earlobe.
Shown are two black spider earrings that are realistic in their shape. They have long front legs that look like they are searching for their next bit of prey. They are pictured crawling up an old book with candles on top to create a spooky Halloween scene.
Shown are two black spider earrings that are realistic in their shape. They are worn as front and back earrings. One of the earrings has the two pieces separated to show how they would be then worn on each side of your earlobe. They are pictured crawling up an old book with candles on top to create a spooky Halloween scene.

Arach-NOPE-phobia 3D Printed Earrings

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These earrings might have eight legs too many and fuel some nightmares... 

These 3D printed spider earrings make a great gift and will certainly start some conversations when being worn. They are made as a front back earring--one piece is worn behind the earlobe to look like the spider is pushing it's way through in the creepiest way possible.

The front stud reaches an inch and a half in leg-span and the back is .75 on an inch long.