Herbal Spell Ring

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Casting Instructions for ‘Herbal Spell Ring’

Begin by working your colored gel into a ring. You can use a round object for a mold. I used a nail polish cap. You want to cover your mold (cap) with a finger from a rubber glove, and work the polygel with your brush into a ring shape around your mold.

You will find your brush “sticking” a bit. Dip your brush into the rubbing alcohol and work it over the polygel ring.

When finished working the polygel ring, you will take a bit of gel and form a base; and begin to shape it into your ring setting; the part you want to place your herbs on. Make a small base, and prepare to cure your ring using the nail light. You want to take the ring off from the glove before curing.

When ready to cure make sure to turn your ring as you cure both the ring and the inside or backside of it. Now you work to shape more of your base with your colored polygel.

Try to shape as flat of a surface as you can. Now back to curing. You want to cure your ring, to harden it. Along the way if you feel your ring becoming sticky, alcohol wipes will help; or you can use the rubbing alcohol you already have. When forming your base as well you will need to dip your brush into the rubbing alcohol.

Now you will brush your ring setting with clear nail polish, and then apply your herb. After applying your herb, you will really want to cure it, first you want to add a bit of clear polygel, a decent dab; and work it over your herb with your brush. Once this is done it is again ready to cure.

It is recommended to cure it a few times until properly hardened.

Now you will apply a top coat of clear nail polish over your ring setting. You may wish now to cure your ring a few more times.

To note: You will want to file and shape the ring with a nail filer. Simply to smooth it out a little.

You will need the following items for this spell:
  • Colored polygel
  • Brush
  • Herb which best represents your spell intent
  • Clear nail polish
  • Clear polygel
  • Rubbing alcohol
  • Rubber glove
  • Nail curing light

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