If you ever went to summer camp there is a good chance you made a version of this beautiful project. It's tried and true and always delivers amazing results. What I love most is the resemblance to colorful agate stones, which is why I turned them in to fun rings. Just an FYI, I coated mine with varnish and then nail polish, but you could skip the varnish and just use several coats of nail polish to get them nice and sturdy and waterproof.
Remember, have fun, make messes and don't forget to Make Your Mark!
Julie rocking her awesome new paper rings
Try different shapes and thicknesses
See how easy they are to make here!
Stuff You'll Need
Large hole punch
E-6000 Spray Adhesive
Clear nail polish
Sanding block (or sandpaper)
Desk lamp & Wax paper (optional)
1. Start by punching out about 50 construction paper circles
2. Grab some E-6000 Spray Adhesive (this makes the process a breeze)
3. & 4. Glue the disks together one by one until you have a 1/4" stack or thicker
*Alternate the colors and use your favorite colors on the top of the stack
5. Dry them under a desk lamp on wax paper if you're impatient like I am!
6. When dry, sand the edges and sides to reveal the different colors
7. Harden with several coats of nail polish
*This also brings out the color
8. & 9. Glue ring findings on the back with E-6000 glue
E-6000 is non toxic and easy water clean up. So much better than the other
spray adhesives on the market