You can make some fun statement rings from hot glue in just minutes. This easy DIY project is a part of Craft Lightning where we are sharing 15-minute hot glue crafts all week. You can catch up on the projects from day 1 if you missed them. Today we have these fun statement rings that are great for kids plus more ideas from our blog partners. We are also celebrating the launch of our book all week so you will want to scroll down to see information on it as well.
Supplies needed to make statement rings from hot glue:
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Start by placing a large dollop of hot glue onto your non-stick hot glue mat. A silicone baking mat will work as well but be sure not to use it for food after using it for crafting. You can trace something round and put it under your mat for a guide if desired. I find that the guide helps me to keep the dollop somewhat round.
While the glue is still hot, place in letter beads to spell the word or initials of your choice. Press them in well.
Then allow the entire thing to cool completely. Once cool, you can easily lift it from the mat. Then use additional hot glue to place it on the ring blank.
Make as many or as few of these fun statement rings as you like.
Let your imagination run wild creating fun rings to express yourself! And yes you just made rings with hot glue!
Do you love how easy this project is? Perhaps you want even more project ideas with hot glue? Well, I have the book for you! I partnered with Carolina Moore to write a book all about hot glue to bring you projects just like this one. We are using hot glue in ways that you never thought possible. Hot glue shoes? Oh yes! And so much more!
So are you ready to dive in and use your glue gun like never before?
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Even more hot glue crafts
Now, are you ready to see even more great hot glue crafts? Carolina and I are collaborating with several other blogs this week to bring you some hot glue inspiration! Just click the pictures below to open up instructions on how to make each craft idea.