How to make jewellery out of your cracker prizes. Part 2 - Spinning Top Ring

How to make jewellery out of your cracker prizes. Part 2 - Spinning Top Ring

Charlotte Prichard, 23 December 2011

Spinning Top Ring This is the second in our series on how to make jewellery out of your Christmas cracker prizes. We got a spinning top in our crackers - perfect for making into a cocktail ring! You'll need: Pliers File Glue (we like Araldite but you could use superglue, contact adhesive or a glue gun) Used cracker Cocktail sticks A disc ring shank How To Make a Spinning Top Ring First snap off the centre stick from the spinning top. You can make anything into a ring, but you'll need a flat area to stick the ring shank to. How To Make a Spinning Top Ring File off any sharpness. If you’re using Araldite, mix it up on a bit of used cracker card using a cocktail stick. Slather a generous amount of glue onto the flattened area of the spinning top and stick it to the ring shank. To keep the spinning top upright while it dries, rest it on a couple of cocktail sticks. This will stop the ring shank from drying at an odd angle. How To Make a Spinning Top Ring Leave to dry overnight. (You can wait for Boxing Day to wear it, right?)
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