Pinterest is full of DIY instructions for making simple rings out of jewelry wire. Like this one, or any of these. My BFF ribs me about how often I say, in various circumstances, "I could make that in like an hour!" or "I'm not paying that price when I could make this in a better color for like ten bucks!" Mostly it's because I never actually follow through.
But this time:
Tada! So easy a caveman could do it! I used a silver-colored memory wire, like I used for the beaded hoop earrings I made last month. It was already round, and already mostly finger-sized - I just had to wind it around the cap of a nail polish bottle to tighten it to fit. (I really wish I had a ring sizer, though).
I have to say, it's been a long time since I had a ring I could wear on my first two fingers. I have BIG fingers, you guys. My hands are short and broad, like everyone in my family; add to that all the work that I do with my hands that has made them strong and muscular, and the bit of extra weight I'm carrying - my index finger is like a size 12, I think. I'll definitely be making more rings in the future!