Crash! Yup, that’s the sound I heard the minute I opened my cupboard yesterday. I had forcefully stuffed it with random things and it decided to take its revenge by showering books, jewellery, colours and what not on my head when I finally dared to open it. As I was sorting through the mess and carefully arranging things (neatly this time around) I found a few odd things. A silver ring that had been lying around since ages, a earring whose pair was lost, couple of tiny shells I had collected from the beach and cheap nail paints that I had bought to amuse myself.
Just when I was about to throw them away, a thought struck me. DIY. And I got to work.
Within 10 minutes, I had created my very own nature inspired DIY ring. Here’s how you can make one, too.
What you need?
An old earring, fevicol, any cheap nail polish and anything else that you want to use. Put on your creative hat and enhance your ring anyway you want.
First, break the little rod behind your earring so that you can stick it on the ring. Take some fevicol and stick the earring and a shell on it. Allow it to dry for about 5 minutes.
While the ring is drying, you can take that broken rod and paint in any bright color you want. Stick it with fevicol and…
Perfect for the beach right? J