Second of all, the person who designed this ring, is this amazing Etsy shop owner called theWRAPstar:
I love all the beautiful wire and bead stuff you can find in that shop, but when I saw this ring I had to try to make it. The ring with the light blue beads was my first try, and I'm really happy with how it turned out. Of course, when two people make the same ring, they end up with two different rings. I think the original ring has a bit more of a round, higher look, where mine is shaped a bit more oval, but I like that. It just makes everything handmade unique. The instructable will show you the steps I took to make this ring. I hope you like it!
Step 1: Materials
- flat nose pliers
- cutting pliers
- 2 coloured beads
- 2 metal beads
- round object to wrap your ring around
Step 2: Cut a piece of wire
Step 3: Wrap!
Step 4: The beads
When you are done coiling, cut the remaining wire off. First I cut off a bit away from the ring, then I cut again to stop the wire from sticking out.
Now take one of your metal beads and add it to the top wire. The following steps are basically the same as with the other bead, the only difference is that I coiled it four times instead of three.
For the wires on the other side, you can do exactly the same.
Step 5: Done! and an explanation of the title
I hope you liked this instructable, if you have made this ring, I would love to see it!