DIY Ring Display

DIY | December 5, 2013

Today we have a fun art tutorial from my contributor, Brittany! She is constantly coming up with great projects on her blog, brittanyMakes. This latest DIY project would make a great gift!! 
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Hello everyone! I’m so happy to be back with another fun and simple DIY. Today I’m sharing arguably the easiest, most chic project ever! This DIY will certainly inspire you to display your jewels in the  highest of fashions. 
   The supplies are simple: grab a can of your favorite gold spray paint and a polyresin hand form. I picked up my hand form from Michael’s, and using a 40% off coupon, it cost me less than $3! I buy my Montana Gold (in Gold Chrome Metallic) spray paint from Blick art supply, but many other art retailers also carry the brand.  
 Apply a few light coats, letting each coat dry for about an hour in between. I waited overnight before piling on the jewels. I love displaying my gold on gold, don’t you? This ring display is such a statement in itself, it’s really a show stopper!
Don’t worry, if gold ain’t your thang, try Montana Gold Silverchrome spray paint!  And there you have it! 
A very chic ring display for about $10! Think about giving these out as Christmas gifts, you’d surely wow your girlfriends, sisters, mothers and all the other ladies in your life! Every gal needs one, if I do say so myself 🙂   
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Hi! I’m Brittany from the blog brittanyMakes, where I journal my adventures in DIY projects ranging from everyday home decor to handmade jewelry, from tips in photography to stories of bulldogs, and everything else in-between.   I am a fierce accountant by day and a zealous DIYer by night.  I spend my time balancing my love for home decor and design with the everyday responsibilities of my corporate day job.  My main mission is to inspire my readers to do what they love, take risks, and above all, to exercise their creative muscles!