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Add A Little Sparkle With This Cocktail Ring DIY

Add A Little Sparkle With This Cocktail Ring DIY


Cocktail rings are an easy way to add sparkle and shine to any outfit. You can easily make a one-of-a-kind statement ring using a button, glue and embellishments of your choice.  The last craft project in our National Craft Month series is this glam Cocktail Ring DIY! Keep reading to see the tutorial.

add a little sparkle with a cocktail ring DIY

What You’ll Need:

Industrial strength glue

Button(s) of your choice

Scissors

elastic bead & jewelry cord (found at craft store)

6/0 seed beads (color of your choice)

pearls or embellishments of your choice)

How To Make It:

-Measure elastic cord around your finger and cut two pieces, leave enough cord to allow for a knot.

-Slide both pieces of elastic cord through the shank of your button. Begin to string beads through each piece of elastic cord.

-Once both pieces of elastic cord are beaded, tie the ends and cut excess elastic.

-Glue pearls, or embellishments of your choice, to buttons and let dry.

 add a little sparkle with a jeweled cocktail ring DIY

 

What You’ll Need:

Jewelry glue

Flat top ring (found at a craft store)

Jewels, pearls, beads (embellishments of your choice)

 

How To Make It:

-Apply glue to the flat top of your ring.

-Begin to add the embellishments of your choice.

-Let dry.

 

 

About Melina P
Melina is a Social Media “Socialite”, Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising alumna and Southern California native. She is style-obsessed and loves keeping up with her favorite designers, brands and musicians — all via social media of course! She enjoys jewelry DIYs, yoga, hiking and style stalking fashion insiders, such as Kate Lanphear, Joanna Hillman, and Taylor Tomasi Hill. She's addicted to shoes, Twitter, and Pinterest and has no intention of seeking treatment. Her heroes include Tina Fey, Susan Miller and Neil Young.


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COMMENTS

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it's a good start, but you didn't finish the instructions. it's like telling someone how to make pasta but leaving out the part about having to boil the water first....