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Here is a cheap but beautiful way to store your rings!
If you are like me, you've got a lot of rings.
Like a lot. It's almost ridiculous.

Here is a cheap and easy way of storing your rings!
This way they are all on display, in their proper place.
Plus, these look at feel like the real deal.
I'm sad I didn't make one sooner!

Posted by Talk2thetrees from London, Ontario, Canada • Published See Talk2thetrees's 8 projects »
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  • How to make a box. How To Make A Ring Display Box - Step 1
    Step 1

    You will need:
    Fabric of your choice. I choose velvet, cause it was on sale and looked nice.
    Sponge Curlers (The big ones work best!)
    Old box I had an old jewelry box laying around
    Hot Glue Gun
    Lace or other decorations

  • How to make a box. How To Make A Ring Display Box - Step 2
    Step 2

    First you are going to take the plastic part out of the curlers. And like I said, try to use the bigger ones. I decided to make two cases, one with larger curlers and one with smaller curlers. The smaller curlers don't create a deep enough pocket, so the rings will barely stay in there. So, if you are deciding between using large curlers, or small.. pick large!

  • How to make a box. How To Make A Ring Display Box - Step 3
    Step 3

    Next you are going to glue the fabric to your box. It's a little hard to explain, but I took pictures every step of the way. You are gluing the fabric into the box so the "inside" of the fabric is facing up.

  • How to make a box. How To Make A Ring Display Box - Step 4
    Step 4

    Depending on the size of your box, you may need more, or less, or two and a half. My box fit two almost perfectly. So next you glue down curlers, right up against the fabric. Then lay down a line of glue. Fold the fabric over the curler and press onto the line of glue.

  • How to make a box. How To Make A Ring Display Box - Step 5
    Step 5

    Each time pressing everything together nice and tight.

  • How to make a box. How To Make A Ring Display Box - Step 6
    Step 6

    Repeat this quick easy process until the box is full! If you want you can tuck the edges of the fabric in with glue after each row... or you can be like me and do that all at the end.

  • How to make a box. How To Make A Ring Display Box - Step 7
    Step 7

    I waited until the end, and stuck glue around the edge and pushed the fabric in there. And that's basically it! Super easy, and totally useful.

  • How to make a box. How To Make A Ring Display Box - Step 8
    Step 8

    I decided to make two for myself. The other one was a little more shallow so I used smaller curlers, but they don't hold that big of rings, so that's my smaller ring holder.

  • How to make a box. How To Make A Ring Display Box - Step 9
    Step 9

    I also decided I wanted them to match the necklace holder and the bracelet holder, so I glued some pretty teal lace over the sides.

  • How to make a box. How To Make A Ring Display Box - Step 10
    Step 10

    And that's it!

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Barbara D.
Barbara D.
Love it! I need one - you mentioned a bracelet holder??? where is that?
Talk2thetrees
Talk2thetrees · London, Ontario, CA · 8 projects
It's more of a trinket stand with a bracelet holder, but the link is right here. Happy http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/how-to-make-a-jewelry-and-trinket-stand-with-a-faux-patina
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IntrepidMoose
IntrepidMoose · Madison, Wisconsin, US · 26 projects
That's an awesome idea.
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