Photo by The Crafted Life
Whether you’re getting dressed for a formal event or jazzing up your daytime look for after-work drinks, an eye-catching cocktail ring can tie everything together. And while there are a lot of unique rings on Etsy, if you’re feeling creative, you can break out your jewelry-making supplies and make one yourself.
The process to make these rings is just the right mix of easy and fun, and the best part is that it only takes about 30 minutes to complete (plus drying time).
Ready to make your own? I’ll show you how.
At a glance
Time: 30 minues
You will need:
Step 1: Plan your design
Step 2: Glue rhinestone clusters onto felt
Cut a small square of felt and glue your rhinestones in place. You’ll want to start by gluing the backs down and then move to the sides of the rhinestones that touch one another. A bamboo skewer will help you get a dab of glue into those small, hard-to-reach places.
Step 3: Trim excess felt
Once the glue has dried, use scissors to cut off the excess felt. The sharper and smaller the scissors, the better.
Step 4: Attach rhinestones to ring
Glue the ring back to the center of the felt holding the rhinestones and let dry.
Just like that, you’re ready for happy hour!
All photographs by The Crafted Life.
Rachel Mae Smith loves doable DIYS and strives to make crafting easy, colorful and fun over on her blog, The Crafted Life. Her work has been featured in Martha Stewart Living, Better Homes and Garden, The Huffington Post, and more. When she’s not on Pinterest, or brushing glitter out of her hair, you can find her exploring and Instagramming in Philadelphia, PA.