Easy Faceted Hexagon Rings

Hexagon Rings DIY in one step kraft&mint

Hello there! I’m super excited to share with you the easiest project to make a couple of faceted hexagon rings. These beauties are compliments magnets ;)

Take a peek here!

Easy Faceted Hexagon Rings DIY Tutorial by kraft&mint only two materials

 

 

The neat thing about these rings is that the stones are meant to be used as pendants for necklaces. I think you won’t find similar rings out there ;)

I try my best to give you the most accurate materials for my projects. When I shop for materials online, it is super easy to point you to the same supplies I used.

In this case, I found my faceted beads at my local Ben Franklins craft store. Today I was at Ben Franklins, and I spoke with the manager at the bead department and she didn’t know where exactly they got the beads I used. Not much help huh? But I went on a hunt for similar beads and here is a handy list for you!

Materials I found online:

Aqua Chalcedony Pendant

Tournaline quartz faceted hexagon

Light pink faceted opal from Peru

Rare silver needle agate faceted trapezoid

Labradorite large faceted hexagon beads

Silver plated ring base

When you decide to buy a bead, make sure the bead has a smooth surface so when you glue the bead to the ring base, you won’t end up with a wobbly ring. (I speak from experience ;)

Happy crafting!


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5 Comments

  1. tash
    2015/05/04 / 5:35 am

    awesome!! thanks!!!! great inspiration.. :) for the stones.. is there a specific size you would recommend to stick to?

  2. Tash
    2015/05/04 / 1:41 pm

    Awesome! Thank you! I was on etsy last night looking at stones :) thanks again for the help !

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