Supplies needed : Pliers, button/adornments, glue and a ring blank.
First take your pliers and pop of the button tab that you sew through leaving a (hopefully) flat surface. If not you can sand it, but on this ring I didn't and it still came out fine.
Then apply your glue to the middle of the button(don't have a pic of this its pretty self explanatory). When it comes to glue a lot of people say use E600 and some say use Duco cement, or I've even heard use hot glue. In my opinion E600 and Ducuo Cement are both equally durable I have used both in my jewelry making but this specific ring I used Duco cement and its held up wonderfully. But the one thing that I can not stress enough is let it cure at least over night with out touching it. Through my trials I have learned the hard way don't mess with it while curing and don't rush it, you will be grateful later on.
After it has cured you should have a wearable statement ring. Now go rock that baby!
These are two statement rings I have made recently, the one on the left was a large earring glued on with E600 and the one on the right is the one I made for you today with the Duco cement.