Ring-a-Day Weekly Round Up #1
The week started with this beautiful White Pebble Ring, which features one of the white pebbles, that I recently collected. The pebble is half drilled and secured into the fabricated sterling silver band and setting.
Then I decided to start a new series of rings made with summer fruits and vegetables.
I started with a zucchini, shaped into a pod, attached to a plastic band, which was cut from a discarded vitamin box:
Next, it was time for two peppers, one red and one green, which were cut and shaped into pods:
Watermelon is probably the ultimate summer fruit! This time it is cut into a rectangle. Two of the seeds are added on top as a little extra decoration.
On Friday, I worked on the ring for the 4th Ring Formula. We were supposed to make a functional ring. The parameters of the challenge were set by Kest of Vagabond Jewelry. I decided to make a Parmesan Grater, just because I always enjoy a little extra parmesan on my spaghetti!
Back on the fruits rings, which means that Saturday it’s cherry time!
The week ended with the rings from the Prismacolor Experiment:
Some of this week’s highlights from the Ring-a-Day Flickr Pool:
And last but not least, as Evelyn Markasky writes: “A ring that Fred Flintstone would have give his wife, Wilma!
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