- Wire (I believe what I used was 20 gauge)
- Round Nose Pliers (the one I have is a 3-in one tool)
- Wire Cutters
- You'll also need something like a marker or highlighter - something round to wrap the wire around to form the shape
Next, to form the ring - you'll need to cut another piece of wire - a few inches long to be safe. Then use a highlighter or marker (something comparable to the width of your finger) and wrap the wire around it to form a ring-like shape. Don't go all the way around - leave an opening at the top.
Take the infinity pendant you made and take the piece of wire and thread the wire through the right loop - and use your pliers to carefully bend it over and under - to form a closed loop. Next, try the ring on - to see how big or small you need it to be. You can now snip off the end excess wire - if it is too long. But, be sure to leave enough wire to bend over to form a final closed loop.
To do the final closed loop for your ring, it's a good idea to put the whole thing back onto the marker or highlighter -so you have it keeps its round structure as you create your final closed loop.
After that's done, just clean it up - bend or reshape as needed to give the ring a consistent round shape.
You're done!!! So simple - so cute!