Genie Ring Craft

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In Jinny and Cooper: Curse of the Genie’s Ring, Jinny’s little brother, Tyrone finds a ring  in Miss Morgan’s attic. But when Tyrone wipes the grime from the rainbow coloured stone he discovers that it isn’t any ordinary ring!

 

To make your own genie ring, you only need four things:ring-pic-1

  • Aluminium foil
  • Rainbow coloured gems
  • Scissors
  • A hot glue gun

Adult supervision is recommended when using hot glue guns.

Plain Band Ring

STEP 1

Cut a piece of aluminium foil to size.

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STEP 2

Fold the foil until you’ve made a thin band. Measure the ring on your finger, leaving some overlap for gluing. Trim to size and glue into place using a hot glue gun. #Take ring off first before applying hot glue!

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STEP 3

Apply hot glue to the top of the band and attach a rainbow coloured gem.

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And before you can say ‘Your wish is my command‘ you’ll have a genie ring of your own!

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Twisted Band Ring

STEP 1

Cut and fold aluminium foil as above . After folding, twist the foil until you have made a long length (see picture below).

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STEP 2

Measure foil twist on finger and wrap ends around each other once. Fold the remaining lengths around each other, flattening as you go.

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STEP 3

Apply a good amount of hot glue to the folded top to hold into place. #Take ring off first before applying hot glue! Add a rainbow coloured gem and your twisted band ring is done.

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Enjoy your rings but watch out for genies!

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4 thoughts on “Genie Ring Craft

    • Thanks Jasmine. I try to add new things from time to time to keep it interesting. 🙂 You’ll have to take a photo and send it to me if you make a ring. The are really easy to make.
      Cheers
      Tania

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