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Adventures in Fashion. I've said it before and I'll say it again — rings are the greatest. I want to wear them on every finger and collect as many as humanly possible (only slight exaggeration), so in my quest to use up the DIY supplies I have kicking around (read: taking over my living room), I thought I would use wire to whip up some casual rings. Easy doesn't even begin to describe this one, so grab your mandrels (because we all have those, right?) And let's do this thing! Start by wrapping wire around the mandrel according to your ring size. I like a loose, messy effect, so I kept my wrapping irregular, leaving an inch of extra wire at the end.

Cut off any excess wire, and remove the ring from the mandrel, holding it in place with your fingers. Take the extra wire and wrap it around the back of the ring tightly, making sure to absorb the other wire end into the loop. And that's it! Photos by Adventures in Fashion. Adventures in Fashion. Knuckle rings are totally my jam right now, so when I spotted this set of pearl rings while cruising Pinterest last weekend, I just knew I had to whip up a few for myself as well... why should Nasty Gals have all the fun, right? (winky face).

This one is super quick and easy, so read on for instructions! SUPPLIES: 0.8mm WIRE | RING MANDREL | PLIERS OR WIRE CUTTERS | 3-6000 GLUE | PEARL BEADS Start by wrapping your wire around the mandrel to your desired ring size, smoothing out the wire as you do so. Remember to factor in how much space you want between pearls as you do this. Using a pair of pliers or wire cutters, gently remove the excess wire, reshaping the ring when you're done. Dip the ends of the wire into some strong glue, then add a pearl bead to each wire end. Allow your ring to dry for a couple hours for best results, then wear your handiwork with pride... Photos by Kastles. Adventures in Fashion. Adventures in Fashion. As much as I love larger-than-life statement jewels, I'm definitely having a delicate-ring moment — especially of the knuckle persuasion. So when I had a little extra chain left over from a recent jewelry-making sesh, I thought I would whip up a couple extra rings as well.

This one's beyond easy, so if you find yourself with some scrap chain, definitely give it a try! SUPPLIES NEEDED: Chain | Decorative Element | Jump Rings | Pliers Measure the scrap chain around the width of your finger, then cut it one link shorter using your pliers. For a slightly more embellished knuckle ring, measure the width of your finger just above your knuckle, then subtract the length of your embellishment. Thanks for reading, love bugs! All Free Jewelry. [ Close Privacy Policy ] Privacy Policy / Your California Privacy RightsRevised and posted as of October 28, 2016 Prime Publishing, LLC ("Company," "we" or "us") reserves the right to revise this Privacy Policy at any time simply by posting such revision, so we encourage you to review it periodically. In order to track any changes to this Privacy Policy, we will include a historical reference at the top of this document.

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We also collect information through our web server applications. HOW DO WE USE THIS INFORMATION? Baisley & Noir. If there is one trend that I have fallen in love with this year it has to be midi-rings. I went through my collection of beads, picked out the tiniest, cutest ones and made a pile of midi-rings. So simple I probably don't even need to show you how to make them.

I use 22 gauge wire which soft and bendable. The only downside is that it is so bendable that if you're not careful you can squish your rings. To make: cut a small piece of wire and bend around a pen that is a similar thickness to your finger. Thread a small bead onto the wire. This moon ring is one of my favorites.

And, in case you're tired of looking at pictures of my hand, here is said pile of midi-rings. Baisley & Noir. I've noticed over the last couple of years stores have opted to make the majority of their rings using stretchy cording. I guess this is in order to appeal to a wider range of finger sizes without having to make different sized rings. It also makes it easier to gift rings if don't know a person's finger size. These rings are made with similar stretchy cord and craft jewels. They are great if you have left over jewels from other projects.

My jewels are cheap plastic ones from Michaels, but glass crystals would really sparkle! Supplies: Stretchy Jewelery CordSeed BeadsSew-on Jewels in settingsScissorsSuper Glue Cut a length of stretchy cord, longer than you think you'll need. Thread one end of the cord through one hole and the other end through the other hole, so that it forms a loop. Carefully slip the loop onto your finger.

When you're happy with the size, add the same amount of beads to one end of the cord on the other side of the jewel. I even made a little midi-ring. Clones N Clowns. Crafts Unleashed. It’s been a while since I made a project that made me say, “Oh my goodness, I just can’t stop making these!” I tend to have a short attention span when it comes to crafts, I love making things once, and moving on to the next thing. But, I dare anyone to make just one of these beaded wrapped wire rings!

They are an easy jewelry project that doesn’t need a lot of supplies, it’s something you can customize by using different beads, and they only take about 5 minutes per ring to make. Best of all, wrapped wire rings are a great way to use up those individual bead stragglers you may have lying around leftover from other projects – since each ring just needs one. First, cut about 12-14 inches of wire. Center your bead, and bend each side down slightly so that your bead doesn’t go anywhere.

Place the bead in the groove of your ring sizer, and wrap each end of the wire around the mandrel once (which is really just a fancy word for the ring sizer). And that’s all it takes! About Adrianne. Creativity in Pieces. Hello everyone, This beaded toe ring tutorial will teach you how to make a wire ring! This weekend I had the pleasure of attending my cousin’s wedding in Chicago. I am from a large, close, fun loving family. Therefore, my cousins and I all arrived in Chicago a few days before the wedding and we took the bride out on the town for an evening of fun.

In the end, sisters and cousins (both present and future) gathered together to celebrate the upcoming wedding and the deep bond that we all shared. This was certainly a night to remember. This toe ring can fit any project budget by varying the wire type and beads used. See my Beaded Toe Ring Tutorial (or How to Make a Wire Ring Tutorial) on YouTube for video instructions!

Materials: 20 gauge wire Various beads – 3 to 5mm diameter Needle nose pliers with wire cutters A round form that has the same diameter of your preferred toe or finger. Instructions for making a wire ring: 1. 2. 3. 4. Enjoy your new creation! Kirsten. Creativity in Pieces. Hello everyone, It is still warm outside, and that is reason enough to add some bling to your smallest digits! So learn how to make a wire ring that is certain to make you smile. This free tutorial will show you how to make your own silver and gemstone toe or pinky ring. This ring design is easy, versatile and requires few tools. You can make it with sterling or plated wire and almost any beads that tickle your fancy. Have fun with the design, and as always, personalize the design to make it your own! To complete the ring in the image above, I used some left over beads from my Leather and Gemstone Bracelet project. Materials needed as you learn how to make a wire ring: 20 gauge wire (sterling silver half hard) 24 gauge wire (sterling silver half hard) 3 beads – 4mm in diameter Regular and Round tipped needle nose pliers Wire cutters Jewelry Hammer Instructions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Dollar Store Crafts. I’m going to warn you right now that this project is addictive! Once you get the hang of it you won’t want to stop making these beautiful wire wrapped bead rings. They’re quick to make, and I ended up making almost a dozen in just an hour. This project would make a pretty last minute Mother’s Day or Teacher Appreciation day gift. This is also a great group project for tweens and teens to make. I used $1 bead bags and wire that I found in the craft section of Walmart, which makes this project really affordable for large groups. Project Estimate: Beads – $1Craft Wire – $1Ring Sizer (optional) – on hand or $2.50 Total: $2 and up Step one: Cut a 12 inch length of craft wire and place the bead in the center. Step two: You can use a ring sizer if you have one, or use a dowel rod or other cylindrical object. Step three: Take the ring off the sizer.

Step four: Leave about an inch of wire on each side. Aren’t these wire wrapped beads pretty? Eryn Withay. Fall for DIY. Fall for DIY. You know when you really get in the zone and get carried away with making. I could not put this project down from the moment I started making it. These rings are so easy to make I kept thinking “just one more” each time I tried to give in for the evening. The result? I have so many rings now! More than I know what to do with. Materials Polymer Clay | Ring Mandrel | Craft Knife | Wire | Cutters | Flat nose pliers Warm up the polymer clay and roll out the pieces between your hands. Loop the wire around the ring mandrel and cut off the coil. Trim the wire into a circle and using the flat nose pliers open out the join into a U shape.

Fold the ends of the wire in towards the center of the U. Bake the clay according to your instructions and leave to cool in the oven with the door open. When you can’t stop making these don’t say I didn’t warn you! Related DIY Faux Geode Necklace So, you know how much I love a good polymer clay tutorial right... December 31, 2013 In "DIY" March 2, 2014. Fall for DIY. It’s taken a while, but I’ve finally been won back over by the pearl. It’s probably been about 10 years since I last wore pearl (or pearl like) beads. It’s not that I don’t like them. We just never really saw eye to eye really. It’s funny the way we can change our minds about these things.

You’ve probably seen air dried porcelain on Pinterest (if you need the recipe check out my DIY {tutorials} board for a fantastic one). Instructions: To Make the Pearl… 1. 2. 3. To Make the Ring… 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. That’s your big boy pearl ring made! Sorry… Related DIY Marbled Earring Backs My little inner marbling voice is really starting to take over. September 10, 2014 In "DIY" How To Make Your Own Beads You know when your digging through your beads looking for the perfect ones? July 27, 2014 In "Accessories" DIY Paper Flower Gift Topper Right, Halloween is over and that means one thing...

November 5, 2015 In "Christmas" Fall for DIY. I’ve never been a ring wearer. I think it was because in my early 20’s I put weight on and (as well as everywhere else) my fingers ballooned up like sausages. Finding rings in shops was a bit of a nightmare and when I did find a ring that squeezed on it rubbed against the insides of my podgy little digits and would subsequently end up lost in the bottom of my handbag for all eternity. Now, thanks to cycling to work, the occasional run and living with a vegan man I have shed those excess pounds and my fingers are ring ready again and I have my happy claws on these Twisted, Knotted rings. Materials: *I’ve done the hard work for you and found links so you can easily buy the materials I’ve used if you like. Click on the materials above to go straight to them.

They are affiliate links so if you choose to buy I make a tiny bit of dollar to put towards new projects! Instructions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. What do you think? Related DIY Collar & Chain Necklace July 30, 2014 In "DIY" July 15, 2015. Fashion Diva Design. Hey my dear ladies! I’m always here to inspire you and to show you some wonderful ideas! Today I’m here with an amazing collection of diy fashion ideas. This diy ideas will take your breath away and will leave you speechless, believe me! Why spending money when you can make some stuff at home!? Amazing easy and quick to make shoe storage idea Beautiful two-colored bracelet with studs Lovely handmade mustard bag for your street walks made of jumper Lovely bracelet with cute flowers made of satin Stunning colorful bracelet and necklace Diy wire wrapped bow ring I hope that you have found this post interesting and useful and that you have liked these stunning fashion ideas! Fashion Diva Design. Every Chic is happy when she made something by herself.

She loves what you made more than any branded piece. If you are DIY lover here is 26 summer ideas for your next DIY project. DIY Cut Off Denim Source DIY Sandals Source Unknown DIY – Hair accessories from fabric Source DIY Bracelet: Cross Style Chain Woven Bracelet Source Style DIY: Studded Collar T-shirt Source DIY: Suede & Chain Woven Bracelet Source DIY: Suede Woven Chain Bracelet Source Two Hearts Bracelet Source Beaded Heart Necklace Source Heart Pattern Friendship Bracelets Source How to Resize a Hat for a Perfect Fit Source The Glitter Ring Source The Bow Ring Source The Button Ring Source The Wire-Wrapped Rock Ring Source The Spike Ring Source The Dainty Knot Ring Source A New Way To Do a Fishtail Braid Source Chain and Rhinestone Bracelet Layered Beaded Necklace Source DIY Embellished Belt Source DIY tie die pilow DIY Sunglasses Zipper Bracelet Cuff DIY Ribbon Wrap Bracelet Tutorial Source Ribbon & Pearl Woven Bracelet Tutorial Source Family-Friendly Content.

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