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Unique handmade jewelry: Rhinestone Multi-Finger Ring tutorial

Beading and knotting, Jewelry making  |  September 19th 2011  |  0 Comment

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DIY: Rhinestone Multi-Finger Ring

I’m a big fan of multifinger rings. This ring DIY uses rhinestone trim that I purchased from MJ Trim last summer. I had initially bought it to make a headband for my friend’s wedding (she wore it to her reception, click here for a photo!), but I had about half a yard leftover.

Supplies:

- Rhinestone trim
- 3 ring blanks
- Super/E-6000 glue
- Scissors

This trim is gorgeous! I HAD to take a closeup of it. The 3-row rhinestone trim doesn’t seem to be available on MJ Trim’s site anymore, but there’s 2 and 4-row trim available.

1) Cut a 2 1/2 inch piece of trim.

2) Position the rings evenly across the reverse side, and glue.

3) Let it dry overnight, and you’ve got a pretty fierce statement piece.
If rhinestones aren’t your thing, you can always use the same steps with another kind of trim. Beaded, studded, embroidered, whatever! It’s so easy to do.

Source: studs-and-pearls.com