A tutor prepares first rings from empty rolls of toilet paper. Then we are to put on a bead – a heart of our ring, to a piece of a lace. Then we put a lace through a centre of a roll of toilet paper. We squeeze a roll from one side and glue a piece of paper to it (it is recommended to glue it with two pieces of paper from the top), and a bent end of a lace should stick out from a ring – we will be able to hang it out on a finger. Then we give rings to be decorated by children. Juveniles can glue to them pieces of coloured decorative paper, pictures of Christmas trees, glass ball ornaments, etc. (one may cut them out from coloured paper). Such rings are perfect for music classes.