Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Shower Curtain Rings...Rings

Shower Curtain Rings...Rings Tutorial:
Supplies: ---E-6000 glue ---package of Rings with small pad... 10 pieces ---shower curtain rings with some kind of flower on them- I found mine at a local thrift store.
First things first, break or pull off the ring part from the flower.
Next, spray the flowers with primer.
After the primer is dry, spray paint the flowers with desired colors.
Once the spray paint is dry, spray each flower with a clear coat spray.
Next, glue the rings with a pad on the back of each flower with the E-6000 glue. Make sure the rings with a pad are glued in a place where it will look good when you put it on your finger.
Now you have an assortment of CUTE and CHEAP rings!
I think my favorite one is the gray one, I have been wearing it all day... it looks fabulous!!
The back of the rings will look like this.


Accidentally Wonderful said...

How original! I have a black rose ring that is incredibly similar to these, but I NEVER would have though of making them myself! Found your blog at "Organize your stuff now"

michelle@somedaycrafts said...

Totally cute! Wish I could find a shower curtain like that!

MaryBerry Boutique said...

SOOOOHOOO cute! I have been holding on to some really cute ones ive had FOREVER now im glad i did:) Thanks for the tutorial:)
I pinned this:)

Michelle @ Delicate Construction said...

I love this! It is genius! Such a great idea! Thanks for sharing and I am a new follower!
Hope you have a great week!

Becky@Beyond The Picket Fence said...

I really love these--such a great pop! Does the glue hold it well--I have problems with glue not holding what it should. Thanks for sharing.

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ArtfullyJune said...

Very cute - I'll be on the lookout for something similiar to make my own rings with cute accessories.

Unknown said...

How fun! I love the colors. I'd love for you to link it up to Crafty Cousins.


Becky@Beyond The Picket Fence said...

I featured these this week!