Fabric Rose Ring

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Introduction: Fabric Rose Ring

About: welcome to my space where I share my creativity and love for do-it-yourself projects. im not really creative, diy'ing to save some bucks. do get in touch or just say hi xxx

this instructable is going to show how to make a eye catching fabric rose ring.

Step 1: What You Need:-an Old Ring Base

a ring base-i used a old ring base which i had
organza or a net material- any meterial which would shrink for the heat,satin would work too
thread matching to the material and a needle
beads or sequins
pair of scissors
box of matches
a candle

thats all you need :)

Step 2: Cutting the Material,

cut the material in to different size circles,it need not be perfect circles.have different sizes as shown in the pic.

Step 3: Burn the Edges,

now comes the bit risky part.u have to be careful not to burn your hand.hold the circle bit far away from the candle,material should get the heat.make the circles shrink as shown.

Step 4: Done With Burning

it should be like this when it is done.

Step 5: Make the Rose,

keep the circles in order of big to small and secure with stitches.

Step 6: DONE,

stitch some beads in the middle of the flower.any additions as you wish :):) .and attach it to the ring base with some stitches.make sure it's tightly attached to the ring.

Step 7:

your done with the ring,enjoy :)

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    4 Discussions

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    rsingh3
    rsingh3

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for the tutorial! My wife likes to make rose jewelry and this was a really fun project for her!

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    zeyanimisbah
    zeyanimisbah

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    jewelry contest is on.wait 4 some more i'ables.thank you

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    ChrysN
    ChrysN

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Interesting idea to burn the edges of the fabric,I like the effect.