Remember when I shared my list of DIY projects to complete over the weekend? Well I’ve been slowly completing them over time, because of my busy work and school schedule. It’s been like little treats to myself to craft something in between all of the chaos.
So on Sunday, when I woke up to a rainy morning, I decided as a spur of the moment thing to do, instead of making breakfast, to make this ring! I knew it was going to be easy, but didn’t expect it to be so easy! It literally took me only 10 minutes to make this, including my BS time spent walking around aimlessly, and stopping to take photos of the Step-by-step. So if you’ve got a rainy afternoon, this is the perfect activity and takes very few supplies.
· Zipper (cut in half; great because this can make two rings)
· Blank ring (could be one that the pendant fell off of, or a blank ring from the craft store; mine is adjustable)
· Glue gun and glue sticks
· Gem stone for the middle
· Small felt circle
Gather your supplies on your work surface. If you haven’t already, cut the zipper in half. A broken zipper is perfect for this because you won’t miss it. You’re going to need pliers to remove the actual zip piece if it’s still there.
Take your zip and tie it in a knot.
Then tuck the loose ends in on itself. It’s kind of like making a wreath. Use your glue gun to secure these pieces.
Attach the back of the zipper wreath to your felt circle. Because of my type of ring, I attached the felt to the ring itself to make sure it fit properly.
Glue the gem stone in the middle.
Attach to the ring base.
And rock your new ring!
See I told you it was easy! The great thing about this is that the design is totally customizable! And with two halves of a zipper to work with, you can always try again if you mess up.
What kind of designs are you thinking of trying with this?