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!
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:
Tournaline quartz faceted hexagon
Light pink faceted opal from Peru
Rare silver needle agate faceted trapezoid
Labradorite large faceted hexagon beads
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 ;)
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