You will need:
Polymer Clay (one in your choice of colour and white to make the filling)
A Modelling Tool - or a toothpick will work too!
Earring Findings, with backs
Step 2/ Squash each ball between your fingers until you get a rounded disk shape. Again, make sure that you're flattening all your balls equally, so they all remain in proportion with each other,
Step 3/ Now repeat this process with your white Polymer clay. However, keeping in mind that this will be the macaroon filling, in order for it to look aesthetically accurate, make it thinner and a tad smaller than its purple counterparts so it'll fit neatly in between the other pieces.
Step 4/ Using the blunt of your modelling tool - or toothpick - drag down the rounded edges of your purple macaroon segment, giving it the same ruffled effect as in real life.
Step 5/ When you're finished decorating the edges, carefully place the pieces on top of one and other, with the white filling stuffing the centre - just like a sandwich! Looks good enough to eat, right?
Step 6/ As soon as you're satisfied with the look of your mini macaroons, you can pop them in the oven for about 10-15 minutes (200° fan assisted over, gas mark 6) to allow them to harden. When you've let them cool, you can now apply glue to the flat of your ear findings.