Cocktail Ring DIY

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Most women joke about wanting a big rock on their finger…Why not a big flower? This easy to create cocktail ring will leave you questioning why you every wanted something so plain on your ring finger. Cocktail rings are intended to be fun, so why not indulge yourself with a youthful ring that will leave you smiling each time you glance down at it. Pair this ring with edgier jewelry to balance the amount of playfulness it gives off.

SUPPLIES

Supplies

Rhinestone Button
Plastic Pendant- Style #36919- Contact info@mjtrim.com for this exact pendant since it is not available online.
Ring( We picked this one up from Fun 2 Bead)
E6000 Glue
Pliers (Needed if you want to remove a shank)

STEPS

If your button has a shank, be sure to remove it with your pliers.
Simply clip the shank as you would an additional piece of thread.
Once the shank has been removed, place a small amount of E-6000 glue on the back of your button.
GlueCarefully flip your button over, making sure it is evenly placed on the pendantPush RingAdd a small amount of pressure to the button making sure the stone is set in place.
Place ringFlip the applique over placing a small amount of glue in the opening.
Quickly place the flat end of your ring down.
You can either use an old ring, or purchase a new one at the local bead store.
NOTE: We added extra glue since our button and pendant were on the heavier side.

Put Back On
How easy was this DIY cocktail ring? We can’t wait to see what you come up with!

Ring

One comment on “Cocktail Ring DIY

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