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these are the two rings I made from wood, and the Green Lantern ring that I made an Instructable for. The first two are carved with the Dremel, then hand cut for the design. Each one is then stained and sealed with polyurethane. The whole process for the Green Lantern Ring is here. Green Lantern Ring There is also an Instructable for the heart ring that explains what it is. Jewel Ring

I also have a slideshow of some ray guns that I made from wood as well.
I'm really enjoying making these, and as I make more I'll add them here.
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this was published on my birthday :D
Your spelling is immaculate for a 4 year old
lol no on the 3rd of decembre haha im acc 13
mrbrian19693 years ago
I carved mine out of pearwood with just a homemade wood carving knife
toogood6 years ago
heres one you could try Its a byzantine ring glued between two wooden rings
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That's FRIGGIN' AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!
THAT THING IS SO COOL!!!! nothing i would wear, but would go great with a viking costume or something
Im likin' it!
Kaiven toogood5 years ago
That looks cool!
laruebridge3 years ago
Just in case anyone interested, the company American Science and Surplus no longer carries the wooden pieces. Per email I sent inquiring.

Thank you for writing. Although it’s been a couple of years now since we had the 27065 wooden piece assortment available, we appreciate you thinking of us. Please let me know if I can be of any help to you in the future.

With best regards,

CJ Baehni
American Science and Surplus
laruebridge3 years ago
I looked through all the tutorials for your rings and you did not provide item # for the wood purchased from American Science and Surplus, I went to the site and was unable to find wood bits. Do you have the order #. Thanks in advance.
aintMichael (author)  laruebridge3 years ago
search for "27065 WOODEN PARTS". You get a pound of assorted parts for $2.50. Not all the parts are the same, but everytime i"ve bought them they have similar stuff so I would guess you'd get the same circles as I do.
jakesllama5 years ago
nice rings i made a few of these too and showed them at colledge
are you sure you're ready for "colledge" 
It was obviously a typo dumb a**, check your keyboard again and look at the proximity of the "e" to the "d". Trying to bastardized an individual's intelligence without probable reason doesn't make you witty.
It was a joke. I obviously did not mean anything by it. Please calm down.
Well it was facetious if anything. However duly noted, I retract my sentiments then.
although, just to make it even better, remove the "d" at the end of "bastardize" :D

I agree completely however.
Well said!
...ouch...
1KingDavid3 years ago
I was wondering, where do you get your wood ring blanks?
aintMichael (author)  1KingDavid3 years ago
I order bags of wood bits from American Science and Surplus. I'm pretty sure in one of my ring Instructables I put the item number. It's basically just a bunch of random wooden shapes, and there's usually a bunch of little circles that I use.

Hope that helps!
Do you sell these normally? If I wanted to buy one of them? Please let me know. I really like one of them.
aintMichael (author)  hjd423 years ago
Potentially, it may take me a little while to make another. Which one are you looking at?
hjd423 years ago
Hello. I was wondering if you sell these? I have interest in purchasing one. Please let me know very soon. Thank you very much.
tibbaryllis5 years ago
I made mine and my wife;s wedding rings out of wood.. The way I did it was more difficult then cutting out rounds, but very strong. I layered pieces of veneer so that there were multiple layers in a circular form. The wood grain of each layer ran the opposite direction, the rings were glued with standard wood glue and allowed to dry under pressure. They are about as durable as equal sized gold bands
So basically you  made them out of home made plywood. Hope your wife appreciated the work that went into them. 
aintMichael (author)  tibbaryllis5 years ago
awesome. i was thinking of doing something similar, I'm glad to know it works so well.
Boof25105 years ago
hey if u can get ur hands on a scroll saw thats da bets for this kinda stuff, and there is heaps more u can do with one, ie photo frames.
Wow. i like the first one. when i get homw, i am going to try it. So can i just drill a hole large enough for my pocket knife to fit into, then carve away. how's that? do you tink it'll work? if it does, i'll send you a picture.
21GeeOff215 years ago
im making a simple band but i have very limited tools i managed to round up a drill+bit for hole a file and a wood carving knife
aintMichael (author)  21GeeOff215 years ago
i would imagine that's all you really need. good luck!
worked out pretty well but i brought it to school today i let someone take a look at it and when they were handing it back they dropped it its got stepped on and it is no more but i did find our long lost dremel rotary tool so i think ill make another :)
I love your rings! what woods did you use?
aintMichael (author)  mynameisjonas5 years ago
I'm not a hundred percent sure, but I think it was pine. oh, and thanks!
Wareagle5 years ago
I LOVE THE GREEN LANTERN.
Dcdevilsfan5 years ago
How do I make the first two rings you should show how to make them or the process.
aintMichael (author)  Dcdevilsfan5 years ago
I don't really have any instructions, other than they follow the same idea as the Green Lantern Ring, I just did the outer designs with a sharp knife instead of carving it up with the logo.
el hersh6 years ago
These are great! i made one out of black walnut so it was hell to sand that things never gona break!
aintMichael (author)  el hersh6 years ago
Hey thanks. I've been playing with some other types of wood myself, if I finish anything I'll put it up.
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