DIY: Geode Ring

I stumbled upon this lovely inspiration photo of geode rings on Pinterest. You can make you very own with a few simple steps.  Make one… or ten!! :)  Have fun!!
Materials:
- Use Geode or Pyrite, easily found on eBay, Amazon or at flea markets and gem stores (*Make sure they have a flat bottom)
- Ring Blank (you can buy here)
- e6000 Glue (buy here)
Steps:
1. Add a small amount of e6000 glue to the flat area of the ring blank.
2. Place the geode or pyrite onto the glue.  Press in place, and let fully dry.

9 Comments

  • This was so helpful! I found that image on Tumblr and I was sooo looking for something similar to buy, but this is even better! And thank you for putting the links to where to buy geodes and blank rings!

  • Miranda

    Those are not geodes.

  • Tara

    While these aren’t geodes (a common mistake!), they’re really really pretty and I am excited to make them! What’s shown in the photos are mainly pieces of quartz and pyrite. They’re easily attainable at “new age” shops as well as fossil and rock shops, priced anywhere between $2-$6 for a good sized piece.

    Thanks for this great tutorial!

  • Lori Lavender

    Love your ideas!

  • nerf gun 12

    These are really pretty, however these are not geodes( it’s okay to think these were even I thought the same thing before looking at them closely :) ) I know I’m basically repeating after the other people who commented before me

  • Hi thanks for using my picture as your inspiration! I post it on tumblr but i never expected it to reach and inspire so many people. If you could please linkit up to my shop! Thanks

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