How to Make Rings with Luxury Zirconia Charms

    luxury rings set that you can easily make yourself! With our wide range of luxury zirconia charms, you can make this set in different colors. 

    Ring with chain: 
    Start by measuring your finger and then cut the chain to size. Attach one side of the chain to the connector by opening the eyelet (1 of the 2 eyelets can open). Attach the other side by using a 4mm jumpring. Putting on this ring is easiest with a little pulling on the chain. The chain may otherwise twist, making the ring look too tight. 

    Ring with green faceted beads: 
    For this design, we use clear elastic. Cut a piece and thread it through the eyelet of the charm. Make sure the ends are even and thread a faceted bead. Next, thread a stainless steel spacer bead, a faceted bead and a Designer Quality disc bead. Now alternate between a faceted bead and then a disc bead until you think the size is right. Then put a crimp bead, a stainless steel spacer bead and a faceted bead. Go through the eyelet of the charm again and back through the faceted bead, the spacer bead and the crimp bead. Pull this tight, but not too tight and pinch the pinch bead. Now you can pull the spacer bead over the pinch bead, hiding it. We chose to use these stainless steel spacer beads for this because the gold color lasts longer. 

    The ring with the blue stone:
    We also use the elastic for this ring. and the principle is the same. Cut the elastic and thread it through the eyelet of the spacer. Make sure the ends are even and then thread a pinch bead. Pinch it tight. Now thread a Stainless steel spacer bead to hide the pinch bead. Now continue with the DQ round beads until the ring is large enough. Now thread another pinch bead and a stainless steel spacer bead. Go through the other eyelet of the spacer bead. Go back through the pinch bead again and pinch it in place. Now slide the spacer bead over the pinch bead. 

    The ring with the orange and green stone:
    For this last ring, you can repeat the steps above. Attach the connectors together using a 4mm jumpring. Grab another jumpring and a DQ disc bead and attach this to the jumpring we connect the connectors together with. Cut a piece of elastic and thread it through the eyelet of the connector. Thread a pinch bead around both ends and pinch the bead in place. With this ring I chose to leave the crimp beads visible. Now alternate between the round DQ beads and the DQ disc beads until your ring is large enough. Thread another pinch bead and go through the other eyelet of the connector. Go back through the crimp bead and pinch it in place. 

    And then your set of rings is complete! 

    Used materials:
    Stainless steel jumprings 4mm 
    Stainless steel spacer bead 3x4mm
    Designer quality round beads 3mm
    Designer quality disc beads 4x1,5mm
    Faceted beads 4x3mm dark green
    Rhombus crystal glass connector 11x7mm blue
    Rhombus crystal glass connector 11x7mm green
    Rhombus crystal glass connector 11x7mm shiny orange
    Luxury charm with zirconia snowflake 15x10,5mm
    Luxury crystal glass rhinestone connector golden lilac 16x11mm
    Crimp beads gold 2mm
    Stainless steel chain gold 2x2,5mm
    flat nose pliers 13cm

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    Enjoy creating! 

How to Make Rings with Luxury Zirconia Charms

luxury rings set that you can easily make yourself! With our wide range of luxury zirconia charms, you can make this set in different colors. 

Ring with chain: 
Start by measuring your finger and then cut the chain to size. Attach one side of the chain to the connector by opening the eyelet (1 of the 2 eyelets can open). Attach the other side by using a 4mm jumpring. Putting on this ring is easiest with a little pulling on the chain. The chain may otherwise twist, making the ring look too tight. 

Ring with green faceted beads: 
For this design, we use clear elastic. Cut a piece and thread it through the eyelet of the charm. Make sure the ends are even and thread a faceted bead. Next, thread a stainless steel spacer bead, a faceted bead and a Designer Quality disc bead. Now alternate between a faceted bead and then a disc bead until you think the size is right. Then put a crimp bead, a stainless steel spacer bead and a faceted bead. Go through the eyelet of the charm again and back through the faceted bead, the spacer bead and the crimp bead. Pull this tight, but not too tight and pinch the pinch bead. Now you can pull the spacer bead over the pinch bead, hiding it. We chose to use these stainless steel spacer beads for this because the gold color lasts longer. 

The ring with the blue stone:
We also use the elastic for this ring. and the principle is the same. Cut the elastic and thread it through the eyelet of the spacer. Make sure the ends are even and then thread a pinch bead. Pinch it tight. Now thread a Stainless steel spacer bead to hide the pinch bead. Now continue with the DQ round beads until the ring is large enough. Now thread another pinch bead and a stainless steel spacer bead. Go through the other eyelet of the spacer bead. Go back through the pinch bead again and pinch it in place. Now slide the spacer bead over the pinch bead. 

The ring with the orange and green stone:
For this last ring, you can repeat the steps above. Attach the connectors together using a 4mm jumpring. Grab another jumpring and a DQ disc bead and attach this to the jumpring we connect the connectors together with. Cut a piece of elastic and thread it through the eyelet of the connector. Thread a pinch bead around both ends and pinch the bead in place. With this ring I chose to leave the crimp beads visible. Now alternate between the round DQ beads and the DQ disc beads until your ring is large enough. Thread another pinch bead and go through the other eyelet of the connector. Go back through the crimp bead and pinch it in place. 

And then your set of rings is complete! 

Used materials:
Stainless steel jumprings 4mm 
Stainless steel spacer bead 3x4mm
Designer quality round beads 3mm
Designer quality disc beads 4x1,5mm
Faceted beads 4x3mm dark green
Rhombus crystal glass connector 11x7mm blue
Rhombus crystal glass connector 11x7mm green
Rhombus crystal glass connector 11x7mm shiny orange
Luxury charm with zirconia snowflake 15x10,5mm
Luxury crystal glass rhinestone connector golden lilac 16x11mm
Crimp beads gold 2mm
Stainless steel chain gold 2x2,5mm
flat nose pliers 13cm

Share your jewelry projects on instagram with #beadsandbasics for a chance to win € 20,- shopping money.

Enjoy creating! 

How to Make Rings with Luxury Zirconia Charms

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    How to Make Rings with Luxury Zirconia Charms

    luxury rings set that you can easily make yourself! With our wide range of luxury zirconia charms, you can make this set in different colors. 

    Ring with chain: 
    Start by measuring your finger and then cut the chain to size. Attach one side of the chain to the connector by opening the eyelet (1 of the 2 eyelets can open). Attach the other side by using a 4mm jumpring. Putting on this ring is easiest with a little pulling on the chain. The chain may otherwise twist, making the ring look too tight. 

    Ring with green faceted beads: 
    For this design, we use clear elastic. Cut a piece and thread it through the eyelet of the charm. Make sure the ends are even and thread a faceted bead. Next, thread a stainless steel spacer bead, a faceted bead and a Designer Quality disc bead. Now alternate between a faceted bead and then a disc bead until you think the size is right. Then put a crimp bead, a stainless steel spacer bead and a faceted bead. Go through the eyelet of the charm again and back through the faceted bead, the spacer bead and the crimp bead. Pull this tight, but not too tight and pinch the pinch bead. Now you can pull the spacer bead over the pinch bead, hiding it. We chose to use these stainless steel spacer beads for this because the gold color lasts longer. 

    The ring with the blue stone:
    We also use the elastic for this ring. and the principle is the same. Cut the elastic and thread it through the eyelet of the spacer. Make sure the ends are even and then thread a pinch bead. Pinch it tight. Now thread a Stainless steel spacer bead to hide the pinch bead. Now continue with the DQ round beads until the ring is large enough. Now thread another pinch bead and a stainless steel spacer bead. Go through the other eyelet of the spacer bead. Go back through the pinch bead again and pinch it in place. Now slide the spacer bead over the pinch bead. 

    The ring with the orange and green stone:
    For this last ring, you can repeat the steps above. Attach the connectors together using a 4mm jumpring. Grab another jumpring and a DQ disc bead and attach this to the jumpring we connect the connectors together with. Cut a piece of elastic and thread it through the eyelet of the connector. Thread a pinch bead around both ends and pinch the bead in place. With this ring I chose to leave the crimp beads visible. Now alternate between the round DQ beads and the DQ disc beads until your ring is large enough. Thread another pinch bead and go through the other eyelet of the connector. Go back through the crimp bead and pinch it in place. 

    And then your set of rings is complete! 

    Used materials:
    Stainless steel jumprings 4mm 
    Stainless steel spacer bead 3x4mm
    Designer quality round beads 3mm
    Designer quality disc beads 4x1,5mm
    Faceted beads 4x3mm dark green
    Rhombus crystal glass connector 11x7mm blue
    Rhombus crystal glass connector 11x7mm green
    Rhombus crystal glass connector 11x7mm shiny orange
    Luxury charm with zirconia snowflake 15x10,5mm
    Luxury crystal glass rhinestone connector golden lilac 16x11mm
    Crimp beads gold 2mm
    Stainless steel chain gold 2x2,5mm
    flat nose pliers 13cm

    Share your jewelry projects on instagram with #beadsandbasics for a chance to win € 20,- shopping money.

    Enjoy creating! 

How to Make Rings with Luxury Zirconia Charms

luxury rings set that you can easily make yourself! With our wide range of luxury zirconia charms, you can make this set in different colors. 

Ring with chain: 
Start by measuring your finger and then cut the chain to size. Attach one side of the chain to the connector by opening the eyelet (1 of the 2 eyelets can open). Attach the other side by using a 4mm jumpring. Putting on this ring is easiest with a little pulling on the chain. The chain may otherwise twist, making the ring look too tight. 

Ring with green faceted beads: 
For this design, we use clear elastic. Cut a piece and thread it through the eyelet of the charm. Make sure the ends are even and thread a faceted bead. Next, thread a stainless steel spacer bead, a faceted bead and a Designer Quality disc bead. Now alternate between a faceted bead and then a disc bead until you think the size is right. Then put a crimp bead, a stainless steel spacer bead and a faceted bead. Go through the eyelet of the charm again and back through the faceted bead, the spacer bead and the crimp bead. Pull this tight, but not too tight and pinch the pinch bead. Now you can pull the spacer bead over the pinch bead, hiding it. We chose to use these stainless steel spacer beads for this because the gold color lasts longer. 

The ring with the blue stone:
We also use the elastic for this ring. and the principle is the same. Cut the elastic and thread it through the eyelet of the spacer. Make sure the ends are even and then thread a pinch bead. Pinch it tight. Now thread a Stainless steel spacer bead to hide the pinch bead. Now continue with the DQ round beads until the ring is large enough. Now thread another pinch bead and a stainless steel spacer bead. Go through the other eyelet of the spacer bead. Go back through the pinch bead again and pinch it in place. Now slide the spacer bead over the pinch bead. 

The ring with the orange and green stone:
For this last ring, you can repeat the steps above. Attach the connectors together using a 4mm jumpring. Grab another jumpring and a DQ disc bead and attach this to the jumpring we connect the connectors together with. Cut a piece of elastic and thread it through the eyelet of the connector. Thread a pinch bead around both ends and pinch the bead in place. With this ring I chose to leave the crimp beads visible. Now alternate between the round DQ beads and the DQ disc beads until your ring is large enough. Thread another pinch bead and go through the other eyelet of the connector. Go back through the crimp bead and pinch it in place. 

And then your set of rings is complete! 

Used materials:
Stainless steel jumprings 4mm 
Stainless steel spacer bead 3x4mm
Designer quality round beads 3mm
Designer quality disc beads 4x1,5mm
Faceted beads 4x3mm dark green
Rhombus crystal glass connector 11x7mm blue
Rhombus crystal glass connector 11x7mm green
Rhombus crystal glass connector 11x7mm shiny orange
Luxury charm with zirconia snowflake 15x10,5mm
Luxury crystal glass rhinestone connector golden lilac 16x11mm
Crimp beads gold 2mm
Stainless steel chain gold 2x2,5mm
flat nose pliers 13cm

Share your jewelry projects on instagram with #beadsandbasics for a chance to win € 20,- shopping money.

Enjoy creating!