This is a surprisingly easy ring holder that I made out of a hat box that I received from a friend. It cost me about 2 dollars because I already had the box and fabric. Get a foam floater from the dollar store and hot glue sticks. I loved the box and since I donâ€™t really wear hats I decided to use it. You can use any box of any shape that you would like. I love that I can find my rings easily. This would make a great gift.
Collect your supplies and plug in your glue gun.
Cut your foam floaty. I Cut a large pc first and then cut it into four long strips.
Depending on how many rows you would like in your holder you can make the foam larger or smaller. Mine are a little uneven but no worrries they wil be covered with fabric.
Start to place foam into your hat box. As you can see this peice is a little to big but that a good thing. You want the foam to fit into the container really tight.
Keep cutting and squishing foam in the box.
Grab some scraps of fabric and choose a color. I decided to go with a shimmery fabric to match the box and my bling.
Start covering your foam with fabric. I used a hot glue gun. Make sure the fabric is pulled tight when you wrap it around the foam.
Add hot glue to the perimiter of the box as you go, just dont add glue in between the rows.
I glued the bottom of the hat box and pressed the fabric covered foam pc's as I went to squish them in really tight.
Keep going and smooshing the stripes together. Remember now to glue the sides of the foam pc's only the bottom.
Push your rings into the spaces between the rows you have created.