Posted October 02, 2018 15:19:00 In 2016, a friend of comedian and author Kendra Scott told me that he’d heard that her ring was made from the same material as the Green Lantern rings.
That ring was the source of much conversation in my podcast and in conversation with other comedians, and I decided to give it a go.
The ring itself is a very light, comfortable, and surprisingly strong ring.
It’s a piece of fabric, but it’s also made of bamboo.
So, it’s not just about having a ring that looks good, it also looks good for you.
So I had a bit of a go at making it, and now I have a pair of them.
The fabric is made of 100% cotton, and it’s the same fabric used in the green lantern rings.
But, the green-themed ring has a bit more to it, too.
I’ve got the word ‘Green’ on the outside, and the word green on the inside.
It says, “In solidarity with black people”.
It also has the phrase ‘Green Lantern’ written across the ring.
So it’s got some symbolism.
But for me, the most important thing about this ring is that it was made by a black Australian woman.
It was made to raise money for her charity, the Black and Indigenous Community Foundation (BICCI).
When I was a kid, I never understood why I couldn’t wear the Green Man Ring because it looked like my dad.
So my mum said, “If you want to wear it, you need to wear a Green Lantern ring”.
I went through the hoops of getting it, then had to wait for the colour of it to be decided.
I then had a lot of hoops to jump through when it came to fitting it into my family.
I have my mum who is an Australian woman, and my dad is an American.
So the only thing that I could think of was that my mum was an Aboriginal woman, or that my dad was a white American, or something along those lines.
But it wasn’t until my mum told me about the Green lantern ring that I started thinking about how it’s actually made.
What was the story behind this ring?
And what’s it made from?
It’s made of a fabric made from bamboo.
And bamboo is a natural fibre, it can be spun, woven, and dyed.
So when it’s dyed green, it turns green.
And that’s how it came about.
I was looking for a ring with a similar texture to my dad’s Green Lantern Ring, so I made it from the bamboo.
But there’s a lot more to the ring than just the bamboo fabric.
I made a few different colours of bamboo to go with the green.
So there’s also a green leaf, which is a bamboo fibre that’s also used for fishing nets, and a yellow leaf, a bamboo fiber used for clothing, and also as a glue.
But the thing that’s most interesting about this Green Lantern-inspired ring is how it was actually created.
And I thought, “What if I had made this ring from a different kind of fibre?
What if I made this green fibre to be used for my own use instead of the bamboo?”
I knew that there was a lot going on behind the scenes of the production of this ring, so it was a bit exciting to learn that there’s actually a history behind it.
The first time I made the ring was in the early 2000s.
I did it as a joke.
I thought that I’d just come across a picture of a ring made from a green fibre.
So that’s the inspiration for this ring.
I found a lot on eBay, and people were talking about it online.
So then I thought to myself, “OK, I can make this ring myself.
And now I can actually wear it”.
I knew it would be a challenge, but I decided that I wanted to make a ring for my mum, because she’s Aboriginal.
And then I found out that she also makes jewellery, so there’s no reason why I can’t make my own Green Lantern Rings, too, if I want.
So now, a year after making the ring, I’m still trying to get it in.
And every day that goes by, it brings more and more joy and happiness.
But to get my mum to wear this ring and my mum’s Green Man Rings, it really is a journey, and one that she will not soon forget.
Kendra SCOTT is an award-winning comedian, writer, presenter and presenter from New South Wales.
She has appeared on ABC1’s Q&A and ABC’s 7.30, hosted a variety of programs, and appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden.
Her comedy has been featured in The Sunday Age, The New York Times, ABC TV, ABC News,