I love the look of large, statement rings, especially when they showcase oversize, natural gemstones. A natural stone makes for an excellent and instantly classy piece of jewelry. For today’s DIY, we’ll be making this quick and easy DIY Agate Statement Ring in five minutes or less.
Yup….. you read that right.
You can complete this project in under 5 five minutes and have a beautiful ring collection you really love this afternoon. Before we dive in, check out my other pretty ring DIY HERE and my other agate jewelry projects HERE and HERE. Feel free to use any gemstones to create your own personalized versions of fine jewelry for yourself and friends. They make for great easy gifts.
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How To Make A DIY Agate Statement Ring
This tutorial is going to be so simple, I almost feel silly writing a full blog post on it! Open your E6000 Glue (and open a window! The fumes from this stuff while it’s drying can be intense!) and squeeze a pea-sized amount onto your jump rings blank. be sure your ring blank is clean and dry to create the strongest bond possible.
Now press your favorite agate slice onto the ring blank. Since your agate slice is flat, it’s easy to flip the whole thing over and dry like pictured above. Let it sit for a few hours and see how it fits! The adjustable ring base will fit almost any ring size. You can also make pendant necklaces with this easy method!
I hope you liked today’s tutorial! You can class it up even more by using sterling silver, look into a chain ring, or use sized ring blanks. One last tip: The best way to keep gemstone jewelry clean and nice is to polish occasionally with a soft cloth.
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