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This is a ring made from a coin, covered with decorative paper and Diamond Glaze. I recently got some Diamond Glaze, and was really excited to use it...
For this ring, you'll need: • A small coin (something like a penny, nickel, dime, or whatever small coins are made where you live) • Pretty paper (ju...
Since the coin's colour will show around the edges, try to coordinate its colour with the paper. Trace your coin onto your paper. Since the pencil wi...
Using a tiny bit of Diamond Glaze, (or another glue if you prefer) glue the paper to the coin.
Now you can pile on the Diamond Glaze! I would recommend putting it around the edges first, then filling in the centre. The first few squirts will pro...
While you wait for the Diamond Glaze to dry, you can make the ring. (Actually, the Diamond Glaze will take much longer to dry. Resist poking it until ...
Mix up your Epoxy, and put a little on the side of the coin without the paper. Then put the part of the ring with the cut ends into the epoxy. Make s...
When the epoxy dries, your ring is finished! You can now wear it! Yippee!
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