Vedette, Egypt and Marianna have no choice, the rings on their right hands are via holes, but still lovely rings. Most of the married ladies have had no wedding bands (at a minimum), but they'd like to have them. The single ladies just want to sport rings because they are (let's face it) fashionistas.
I have been on the hunt, tried tutorials and still not able to figure it out. For Ember's engagement ring, I did tried a piece of wire with the diamond on it. It lasted long enough to show she was engaged, but then went kaput. So I had to hide her left hand for the last story (hopefully no one noticed, but I am telling on myself since I fixed the issue).
I was fortunate enough to secure a ring for her from the Dynamite Girls line (Score!). She's happy with it. But I can't afford to keep spending that money. And then I found it, the solution no so far from the other items I had tried, jewelry findings. I finally found the right item (maybe I'll tell you, but for now, you must suffer through the mystery) and now I'm ring making crazy.
I must say that wedding bands are the easiest, but other rings are just fine. However, I still have not perfected the engagement ring with a diamond. The diamond is only secured with glue, so it can be easy to knock off if I'm not very careful. So I need some work there.
Anyway, I'm going to be on ring making frenzy as there are many (yes, many) ladies who'd love rings. I'm going to show you some of the ladies and their rings so far.
Cyann, Avery and Ember are enjoying their rings.
Ember's engagement ring (the one I didn't make).
Avery's ring, it sparkles (but I had better be careful not to knock it off.
Cyann's wedding band is silver in the middle, sandwiched by gold. I got the idea from my own band.
Somali, Bexly and Remington got in on the deal.
Bexly has a natural stone on the right hand.
I'm loving that I found a way to make rings and have lots of work to do to get rings on fingers. Oh, and yes, that requires separating their fingers with a very precise pair of scissors made to cut into fine places. An Instagrammer I follow, Miranda, who also writes the One Sixth Avenue doll blog (you should read it, she's very talented with her dioramas, clothes and other doll things), separated her doll's fingers which gave me the courage to try it.
That's it for now.
Thank you for stopping by. ~ Jaye