Series 3-Rings

Rings can be as simple as a round band of metal to very complex pieces, with a multitude of set stones.

 My favorite type of ring are wide bands with or without set stones and stacking rings. So my first tutorials in this category will reflect that.

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Amethyst Donut Fused Sterling Silver Ring DIY PDF Tutorial

Gemstone donuts are beautiful and always catch you eye at bead shows. But, when you get home, you don’t know what to do with them, so they get stashed in a box or drawer for “later”. This project incorporates one of these smaller donuts into a simple, but dramatic piece of jewelry. Fused silver has a very attractive organic, one-of-a-kind look, making it the perfect element for a unique piece of jewelry. If you have not tried fusion before, this is a small project perfect to try your hand at without risking a lot of material. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 8 pages, 18 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For intermediate skill students.

Adjustable Gemstone Donut Ring DIY PDF Digital Tutorial

Rings are perfect to display small gemstone donuts. This project is a simple take on an adjustable wrap-around shank. It can be made in copper, brass or silver, with any colored stone donut. The small domed cup on the center can be changed to a square, triangle or oval. The texture on the cup and shank can be stamped, rolled milled or hammered. This means that your ring will always be a unique piece of art jewelry.