Monday, May 28, 2012

Summer Diary: Day 3: Lego Rings

I found this idea on Pinterest. Please visit Chez Deeper Bebe where Holly will show you how to make adorable Lego necklaces as well! (And she shares a great link for purchasing random Lego pieces online too.)
Optional supplies: rubbing alcohol, cotton pads, & a sharp tool.

Apply adhesive to your ring blanks (I purchase my ring blanks from Etsy. Click HERE for a "search", listing ring blanks of all shapes & sizes.)
Optional: before applying the glue to the ring blanks, I like to scratch away or "score" the pad on the ring blank. An adult should do this. I use a sharp crafty knife. After it's scored, wipe surface with a cotton pad dipped in rubbing alcohol. This also cleans away any greasy fingerprints. Not necessary, but I do this when I make rings.

 This was SUCH a super fun project! The hardest part was having to wait for the adhesive to dry so we could slip the rings on our fingers & get to playin'!

 As you can see, we made a few "double" rings. To make these, just center two ring blanks, side-by-side, on the middle of your Lego piece.

We are so giddy to share our new Lego ring creations with you. 

But mostly we just want to show off our manicures.


  1. These are so cute!! And so are your manicures! :)

  2. These are so cute. I was just thinking last night that I need to buy some ring blanks.

  3. Rockin' awesome- my boy would even enjoy this craft!


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