DIY: Jennifer Fisher Inspired Bullet Ring


You guys might remember this bullet cuff project from a while back.  I think that was when I first developed an obsession with Jennifer Fisher’s edgy/cool baubles.  Then I saw this ring and just had to make my own little version.  I just love all of her pieces, so so much.  PS – the clutch pictured is also a DIY… one of my favorites.  You can see the tutorial right this way!


Materials / Where to Buy:  Bullet (I bought these, and pulled one off of the strip using pliers.) // Masking Tape // E6000 Glue // Ring Form // Gold Spray Paint // (not pictured) piece of cardboard/poster board to spray paint on!


Top photo by Lydia Hudgens, all other photos by Stripes & Sequins

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  1. Alison says 3.5.13

    I love how this makes such a statement! Great job:)

  2. mia says 3.5.13

    ıt s great, ı ll try asap..kissesss

  3. Lauren says 3.5.13

    obsessed— you are so crafty! would have never thought to make my own ring like that but love love love your version.

  4. Lauren says 3.5.13

    This is really cool – might have to give something similar a try (although I might not be as daring as you with the big bullet – maybe I can find a mini version somewhere)!

  5. You are completely enabling me to place a big order of random stuff at studs and spikes (I do want to make an order anyway to fix some studded flats). This ring is TOO cool!

    Chic ‘n Cheap Living

    • Grace Atwood says 3.6.13

      oh yay! it is one of my favorites!!!!

  6. Alyssa says 3.5.13

    This is so badass, Grace! I love the way this came out, although I think I might stab myself once or twice with that bullet on accident!

  7. Daisy says 3.5.13

    the ring turned out great! love your DIYs 🙂

    & Pretty Things

  8. Erin says 3.5.13

    So awesome. I can’t believe how affordable this DIY is too! You are genius.

    Currently Coveting

  9. Sara says 3.5.13

    That seems so easy and looks fabulous! Making my own jewelry is definitely getting added to my to-do list!

  10. chelsie says 3.5.13

    so edgy and cool!

  11. The Pocket Stylist says 3.5.13

    Love this!!! Seriously brilliant!!

  12. christin says 3.5.13

    love thissss.

  13. Chelsea says 3.5.13

    I love the ring and that gorgeous box clutch. Great DIY idea, thanks for sharing!

    Chelsea & The City
    Be sure to check out my Stella & Dot trunk show + giveaway!

  14. Sarah says 3.5.13

    I LOVE this ring. What a great DIY. (And of course, the clutch too)

  15. You are the most creative person ever! So cool! And that lucite clutch!?!? Ummm can I have it? hah xoox

  16. so cool. i want one of these! you should add these to your etsy shop!

  17. Alexa says 3.5.13

    What a cool idea! Of course I’m loving gold lately!

  18. One of the first DIY’s I remember after discovering your site was the bullet cuff! I was so impressed with it. This is equally as impressive!

  19. Cutest idea ever! So trying this, thanks for the inspiration! xx

  20. Emma Finlayson says 3.5.13

    Hardcore. Love it but I would have no idea where to buy a bullet!

    • Grace Atwood says 3.6.13

      hey Emma, I actually linked to the bullets I used in the post!

  21. Merrill says 3.5.13

    I love this look. Look’s like my boyfriend better hide his bullets because I think I’m coming for them.

  22. Bettina says 3.5.13

    I love your little lucite purse!

  23. Michelle says 3.6.13

    Brilliant! Can’t wait to try! xoxo

  24. Erin says 3.6.13

    Did you make the keychain as well? Would love to know!

    • Grace Atwood says 3.6.13

      It’s actually a bracelet, which came from The Ropes Maine! I love it.. 🙂

  25. Jaclyn Kaye says 3.7.13

    This is too cute – you are such the little creative gal!

    Hope all is well with you! xo

  26. Cathleen says 3.7.13

    I love this ring. Great DIY.

  27. Lauren says 3.10.13

    I love this, I have a million big rings nothing like this though. Brilliant idea!


  28. snoo eisen says 3.11.13

    I’ve always wanted to do this (I make lots of jewelry) but I’ve been afraid to glue round/curved objects to flat ring bases. I finally got some e6000 and some gold krylon spray paint but I guess the glue needs a long time to dry? and I suppose the paint needs many coats before it really sticks nice and evenly?

    I love it, though. 🙂

  29. Preppy Las Vegas says 3.14.13

    Love the lucite clutch. Is there a DIY for the clutch?

    • Grace Atwood says 3.14.13

      Yes, there is! I linked to it in the post 🙂

  30. Kelly Ly says 3.24.13

    so great! I am definitely going to try this!

    Off Kelly’s Hanger