Monday, November 26, 2012

Christmas and Thank You Gifts

I thought it would be fun to try making rings, so naturally I had to combine my new hobby with my old. As all of you know I love boxes and this amazing ring box from Silhouette is no exception. It is so quick and easy to make yet looks professional.


I made the box, the rosette and the ring inside. I have even sold some! Click here to see a video on how to make the rosette tags and how to use Word to do the faux stitching.


Turquoise is one of my favorite stones! Can you tell?


My niece Aly will be in Ecuador for Christmas so I gave her this ring as an early Christmas gift. I made a different box for her ring, but ran out of time to photograph it.


I made this ring for the amazing woman that hosted Thanksgiving in Missoula. We had a great time with family and dear friends! Thanks Teri for everything.

Be sure to stop back Wednesday for a new video and a giveaway.

11 comments:

tndj said...

Beautiful rings. i like turquoise also but do not have any. You are so talented.

Crafting Katie said...

Wow, what a perfect way to combine your hobbies! The rings are gorgeous, and the adorable boxes are the perfect presentation!

Anonymous said...

Love your rings! What next? Nadine

Norma said...

Hello Linda:) I hope you had a fantastic Thanksgiving with your family! Your box is beautiful and I'm loving those rings too:) Have a fabulous Monday!
Hugs,
Norma

Linda Kaiser said...

Norma, we had a great time and I hope you did too!!

Linda

tina said...

Beautiful, Linda! Will you be doing any tutorials on making the rings?

Tina
aurathentic@gmail.com

Linda Kaiser said...

Tina, I don't have any planned for the near future...but will think about it!

Linda

Cynthia Clark said...

Love those rings. Very nice.

MelodyR aka Ry&MysMom said...

Those are gorgeous, Linda!

Sharon Vrenna said...

I appreciate your time and efforts to do all of the videos with great information. I have learned so much! I also make jewelry but am wondering where your get your rings and the stones to fit one another? Hope you will share.

Sharon Vrenna said...

I so appreciate your taking the time and effort to make videos with such great information. I have learned so much from you! I hope you will share where you get the ring bases and the stones that would fit the ring base. I make jewelry also but have not attempted to make rings. Yours look great!

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