For this ring you will need clear vase gems (they should be flat on the bottom), E-6000 or other clear adhesive, ring with flat surface, and cute scrapbook paper.
So first I take my gem and place it over the paper I'd like to use just to make sure I can see whatever the image is. It will be magnified slightly. Once you choose your paper trace around the circle on your ring or eyeball it...
Glue the paper in place and give it time to dry as seen in photo below. That way the paper and gem won't move around on you while the glue is wet. The finished product is cute but I could not take a good picture of it by itself. (scroll down to the final picture to see finished product)
I am actually really impressed with myself for this next one. I told you you can put anything on rings these days...
I don't know why I originally bought these little farm animals but I'm glad I did. I chose to use the horse for my next ring.
I glued the horse down first with my E-6000 then I used the dried mossy stuff you can get at the craft store to fill in the spaces around it.
Here are a few others I will be selling...a button ring, tea cup w/saucer, and a rick rack flower.
I cannot take credit for the rick rack ring on the right but click on the link for a great tutorial to follow. They are so easy and cute! I will be linking to The Shabby Nest this week.