Friday, March 16, 2012

How to Make a Ring

With just a little glue, you can make your own ring to complement an outfit or express your style.

Crafted by Nancy.

Supplies

  • Ring Blank
  • Cement Bond
  • Bead, Object, or Charm
All supplies used for this project can be found at our Bonney Lake store.
This is a ring blank.

1.  Apply glue to the top flat surface of the ring blank. For this project, Nancy used G-S Hypo Cement, but you could also use E-6000. With any strong bonding glue, be sure you are in a well ventilated area before using.
You can glue an object onto a ring blank as long as it has a flat back.

2.  Place the object onto the glue, placing pressure for a few moments to securely adhere it to the glue.
3.  Let dry before wearing.


Want to learn how to make jewelry? We offer various jewelry making classes, which include:

  • Beginning Beading
  • Bead Lab
  • Beginning Soldering
  • 3D Soldering

We also have specialty classes that are designed to teach you a specific project, such as:

  • Kumihimo Bracelet
  • Tila Ring
  • Tila Bracelet
  • Crystal and Pearl Bracelet
  • Layered Maille Chain Bracelet
  • Bars and Chain Bracelet
  • Paracord Bracelet
  • Simple Weave Bracelet
  • Braided Chain Bracelet

And many more! Specialty classes are not always offered every month as we add new types of jewelry projects.

Click here to view our calendar of classes. You can register for any one of our classes at our Bonney Lake store or online.

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