DIY Jewelry: Handmade Ring Tutorial

How to Make Jewelry
 I know you have heard me say it so many times before, but I LOVE MAKING JEWELRY!  A fun piece of jewelry can make a cute outfit into the perfect outfit.
Now I know not everyone is a jewelry fanatic, but for me it is just so fun. Today I am going to teach you how to make your own handmade ring with this tutorial.  It really is fun and you will be amazed at how easy it can be.
Today I was cruising around our local craft store and I ran into these fun little empty ring bodies – I just realized I have no clue what this “thing” is called.  If you know can you please tell me in the comments.
How to Make Jewelry
I thought it was so cute and quickly found myself on a mission make my own cute and unique ring.
This is what I came up with.
How to Make Jewelry
I found these cute Green and Pink Flower beads that I was hoping would stack nicely inside each other, and they totally did!  For the center I knew I had some pearls at home that would work but then I found some half pearls in my scrap booking supplies that I thought looked even better!  I glued everything together using E-6000 (my favorite) and let it sit to dry.
The ring came together very quickly and now I can’t wait to wear it tomorrow!
How to Make Jewelry
You know how I said that I LOVE jewelry?  Just a couple weeks ago I made a cool necklace out of Ponytail Holders that you should totally check out!  It is fun as well.
Are you a jewelry fanatic too?


  1. says

    I love the ring’s simplicity. I love how you gave us the idea of putting something on a plain ring and adding something to it like this flower. Maybe I will try putting a heart on one of my plain rings too. I will definitely have a unique jewelry piece, made by myself! :)

  2. says

    This is just too cute!!! I love jewelry and one of my goals this year is to learn to make more!! Thanks for sharing this cool tutorial at Freedom Fridays With All My Bloggy Friends!! And of course we just had to feature this clever little ring!!

    Hugs my Talented Friend


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