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DIY Ring Project – Make Resin Jewelry

Looking for a diy ring project so you an make your own rings? Try making resin rings! With molds, it’s very easy to get creative.

    Silicone Triangle Rectangle Ring Mold (size 9), Click Five Rectangle Ring Mold, Click

Both links to Zougeebean Resin Jewelry and Mold Supplies

These handmade silicone ring molds are exact replicas of the molds I u

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How to Make a Silver Ring from Old Quarters!

Did you know quarters made before 1964 are made with pure silver? Using a spoon, a drill, and a metal file, you can turn those quarters into a nice silver band.

Basically you tap on the quarter itself until it forms a ring then you drill out the inside.  Pretty neat way to make a ring, all from quarters!

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How to make wire wrapped rings easily

What this is, is a PDF Tutorial from Jewelscapes for the  Extremely Wire Wrapped Stone and Bead Rings. It’s a beginning level and has  38 photos  and detailed instructions. Learning how to make a ring is easy with all of these pictures. This ring tutorial has 8 pages of those photos, and the instructions say they go slowly, step by step. “Once you learn this technique you wil

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WonderDome Swarovski Pearl and Crystal Ring Kit

Learning to make crystal rings isn’t so hard with the proper instruction. Whether you just want to try your hand one time, or plan on learning so you can improve upon the basics – this is a great looking kit. You’ll get instructions with photos, swarvorski crystals, pearls and seed beads, 5 feet of fireline beadi

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How to make a ring: DIY Craft Kit

Wondering how to make a ring? With this kit you get 5 Glass Bubble Rings and 5 Glass Bubble Pendants. The 10 glass bubbles are 3/4 inch round, 5 silver plated adjustable rings, 5 silver plated XO bails for the bubble pendants, 5 silver plated steel ball chain necklaces, a 2 ounce bottle of judikins diamond glaze, a tube of GS hypo cement jewelrs glue, a b lack and white image sheet and an instructional e-mail mailed to you. This is a great kit to use at birthday parties or bridal showers. DIY Craft

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DIY Rings Spotted in West Broadway, NYC!

I just stumbled on PunkStyle.com where the author “punky” has spotted this DIY ring maker in West Broadway, NYC.  If anyone catches similar DIY ring maker, please send your photos to @ringoblog!  (Way cool!)

While shopping on West Broadway in NYC, Jen and I found this cool guy that would let you design your own jewelry and he would make it for you on the street right then and there.

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Wear some Love! Personalized Handwritten Wedding Band, 14K Yellow Gold

First impressions: The writing doesn’t look like a normal font… Oh, that’s because they use your own handwriting! Pretty personal. The ring is made of: 14k yellow gold, your handwriting! Available size(s): 4-15 Your desired details: You’d spend more than this on a computer, you should spend this for your wedding ring! It lasts longer than your computer will. Celebrity inspiration: Heidi Klum – she loves her husband Seal! Price and Where to Buy: $475.00 at apples of gold

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Resin Ring DIY – How to Polish your Resin Ring!

If you own resin rings, you are likely to encounter scratches and whatnot but TwoCraftyMules blog has a great tutorial on how to re-finish your resin rings so they become shiny again.

In a small container, mix up a batch of resin according to the manufacturer’s directions. With a flux brush or other disposable brush, lightly brush a coat of resin over the top and sides of the resin pieces. Use a light hand when doing this; only a light coat is needed to get the glossy shine. Any excess resin will form a pool around the completed piece

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DIY – How to Make a Shrink Plastic Ring!

Well, if you have lots of time to burn or simply feel creative enough, you can try making this shrink plastic ring.

Shrink plastic, for the uninitiated, was originally marketed as a toy for kids. It starts life thin and flexible. You draw on it and then bake it in the oven, and it shrinks to become about 1/3 of the starting size, but 9 times as thick. This thickness makes it strong and hard. It will not bend after baking, so if you try to pull your ring open, or stand on it, it may snap, but it is strong enough to withstand regular use as a

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