I love the fall and all the characteristic elements of this season, one of them are the antlers. That’s the reason why I’m going to show you how to make this deer antler ring DIY. You only need wire, pliers and a bit of patience. Follow to see how to make the antler ring jewelry with me!
Supplies needed for antler ring:
Fold the jewelry wire in half;
Twist it with the help of pliers;
make an inverted “U” shape;
and twist it;
Twist the two wires;
and repeat the last step, make an inverted “U” shape;
And twist it;
Twist the wire, this measure must be the diameter of your finger;
Make the other antler shape, similar to the first one;
Twist all the wire and cut the excess of the wire;
Make the form of a ring, using the cylindrical object.
Maybe you need 2 or 3 attempts, don’t worry, I know this deer antler ring DIY is a bit difficult, but I think that the result is amazing and your time and patience will be rewarded!!
Hello there! Customers’ beadwork show as usual! We’ve shared you various of earrings, necklaces, and bracelets designed by our customers. But it seems we’ve never shared you rings made by our customers. So today I’d like to share you some simple yet cute rings. Hope you like them and get inspired.
Easy DIY rings
Designer: Nancy Baquet
Materials: silver cooper wire, gold jewelry wire, mixed color seed beads
This is one of the easiest types of DIY rings, all you need to do is thread the beads onto the wire and fix the wire.
Pink pearl ring
Designer: Eileen McRory
Materials: pink pearl bead, pink seed beads, pink glass beads, jewelry wire
This pearl ring is very elegant. And it’s not so difficult to make. If you wanna make one, just go find an online tutorial and try it.
Designer: Ginalicious Trouve
Materials: vintage ring base finding, resin cabochon
What a graceful ring! And it’s easy to make either! Just go get a vintage ring base and a resin flower cabochon, and glue them together, then you get a lovely ring. Sounds really great right?
Wire wrapped ring
Designer: Minh Hang
Materials: natural labradorite bead, jewelry wire
If you don’t like dark colored beads, you can replace the labradorite bead with glass bead, crystal bead, jade bead, or any other gemstones you like. If you are going to make one for your friend, I think birthstone could be a great choice.
So, after viewing all these lovely rings, do you want to make one by yourself? If you want to, but you don’t know how to, just search a tutorial online! Once get started, you’ll enjoy your crafting!
The DIY simple wire rings are very fashionable at this moment, you only need some wire, pliers and a bit of practice to finish this cute wire ring tutorial. You can make 2 types, one simple and other with 2 loops.
You will need:
-Jewelry Wire (1-1.5 mm diameter)
-Marker or something round to bend (the diameter must be the same as your finger)
Step 1: Cut 16 cm of wire and fold in a half
Step2: Bend the wire in the marker (like in the picture)
Step 3: with the pliers, cut the excess and fold like in the picture
(the extreme must be in contact with the wire, to avoid scratches )
Step 4: you can make more loops and then cut the excess (like in the last step)
And this is the finished golden wire ring! Simple and cute rings!
Last week I posted a tutorial to turn nylon thread, jewelry wire and beads into a friendship braided bead bracelet. Afterward had a few requests for how to make rings with jewelry wire. Honestly speaking, I love to turn jewelry wire and beads to delicate wire wrapping jewelry, such as wire wrapped rings, necklaces, bracelets and wire wrapping earrings. This is a simple and quick way to make your own ring with beads and jewelry wire. Find a little time and you can make as much wire wrapped rings as you could ever need!
What you’ll need:
0.8mm/0.5mm golden copper wire / 6mm ivory/purple glass pearl beads / 6mm bicone glass beads / round/flat nose pliers / wire cutter / maker( a pen or a lipsticks or else)
Wrap 0.8mm copper wire around a maker 4 or 5 times to make a coiling, cut off the left wire and remove the coiling from the maker. Then string 2 ivory pearl beads, 1 clear bicone bead and 1 purgple glass pearl bead to the center coil.
Cut a 36cm length of 0.5mm brass wire, coil it to secure the beads to stay where they are as the below picture shows.
To see more fashion DIY’s check out the “Jewelry Making Tutorial“
Summary: Today we want to make a wire wrapped flower ring for girls to welcome the approaching spring season.