I am a big fan of delicate gold jewelry, something very present in my jewelry line. I love to stack and layer them and test out new combinations to add a little fun to my outfits. After seeing these beautiful stone rings (here), I knew that I wanted to try to recreate them. See the full tutorial after the break...

- small stones or beads (similar here and here)
- thin gold rings (similar here and here)
- wire cutter
- e6000
- 22 gauge gold wire

1. Cut a 2" piece of wire. Wrap the wire around the stone, as pictured.
2. Using the wire cutter, cut the wire at the center of the stone, as pictured.
3. Add a dab of e6000 to backside of the stone, to keep the wire in place. Let it fully dry.
4. Repeat steps 1 - 3. For this second wire, make it perpendicular to the first wire.
5. Add a dab of e6000 on the backside. Then, place the ring at the center of the glue and rest against something (I used a box), and let dry fully.


Mandy Crandell said...

These turned out so pretty!

Joyce said...

Love this .9

thank you

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Olive said...

So delicate and pretty!!!

daria said...

That's a good one! I love how precious these look (and not at all diy).

Sellune said...

Hey ! I was wondering what sort of glue is it? Because I really haven't found yet a really strong glue who can resist everyday life...thanxxx

Sara Strauss said...

So pretty and delicate!
Sincerely, Sara

Vanessa said...

Gorgeous! I esp love the green one ;)

Allie said...

Really pretty! Love how they turned out!

Eat.Style.Play said...

Gorgeous! This looks like something I might be able to to make on my own haha.

onel said...

Thank you!! These stone rings are so pretty! Gorgeous!

Raynata said...

Simple to do and very chic! I like!

Daniela said...

Super easy, and it looks great, thanks for sharing

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