Make Easy Recycled Rings of Power!!
By kartwheels on April 18, 2013
Using the seal from a 1/2 gallon of milk, a piece of a cereal box and some pretties, we made ourselves a couple of power rings!
This is a cool project that Captain and I did yesterday, in only a few minutes, and it was fun! We discovered that the seal from a 1/2 gallon cardboard milk, or juice, container was a perfect ring. It fits almost any sized finger because the top flap holds it on comfortably, and can have just about anything glued on to it!
The little seals fit both of us nicely…
We used a pink cap and a stone for Captain’s ring. I used a hot glue gun to attach the pink cap and then glued the stone inside. We finished it off by gluing the edge with sparkly red ribbon. For my ring, I used a piece of cereal box, which we cut out into a pentagon shape. I liked the orange side of the cardboard so I left that and glued a red, ruby jewel onto it and attached it with the hot glue.
I just wanted to share our simple idea for using stuff around the house. No need to buy anything when you have a hot glue gun, a creative moment, and a desire to make something out of what’s around.
Homeschooling mom on the loose, creator of natural body products, writer
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