Little Cherry Blossoms is here today sharing a ring tutorial with us!
These are the absolute cutest rings ever. We have had them at Little Cherry Blossoms for the last few years, and everyone loves them. I am going to teach you how to make them yourself!
Here are the supplies that you need to make these cute little rings.
.5 mm bead and jewelry cord. I use Stretch Magic.
Small beads for the back of the ring
Large beads for the front of the ring
3 hole spacers. I found mine at Joann's, but I know you can find them on Amazon or online.
Here is a photo of the spacers and the cord. See how the spacers have 3 holes in them? My spacer holes were actually a little small, and I think it might be better to find a bit bigger hole on line.
Here is a picture of Jenn's bead stash. You can use any combo of beads that you want. The small ones are for the palm side of the ring and the large are for the focal point of the ring.
You will be making 3 strings of beads. Each string will have its own cord.
I like to alternate which side I tie the string off on to make the stress even out. You will usually have between 7-10 small beads and 3-5 large beads depending on the size that you want.
Above you can see one strand and two strands done.
Here, I am tying off the final strand. Don't pull too hard or you will break your cord and beads will tumble into your lap!
And you're done! The five minute ring!
I wanted to add in a pic of how it actually looks on your hand, even though this isn't the best photo.
And, wow, it is way hard to take a photo of your own hand.
Pretty soon you will have lots of pretty rings to give away.
By the way, these rings are intended for adults, not children.