Whether you have one ring or 30 rings, you’ll find a way to organize, store or display them here on this list of DIY ring holders!
Okay, I can admit it — I have a problem. If I’m honest, I have two problems. First, I am guilty of taking my rings off to make dinner and placing them on the counter. Eek! I know. They could easily fall on the floor or (even worse) in the sink. That is why I am looking to make a ring holder.
My second problem? I love rings. Doesn’t sound like a problem, but when you’ve collected so many rings that you happen upon one and don’t remember buying it, it is a problem!
This is why in addition to a ring holder for the kitchen, I also want to make something to store my rings separate from my other jewelry. Maybe even a way that displays them nicely. This way I can admire my collection!
Anyone else have one of these problems? Well, I can help you out. I looked all over to find the best DIY ring holders, dishes, and displays. I’ve collected them to make the list below and now I just need to decide which ones to make. Take a look and let me know your favorites in the comments.
DIY Ring Holders
Whether you have 1 ring or 30 rings, you'll find a way to organize, store or display them here on this list of DIY ring holders!
Printable Ring Dishes
You are not going to believe what these ring dishes are made from — shrinky dinks! You can purchase shrinky dink paper that can be printed on using your printer. I have so many ideas rolling through my head.
You can make a regular ring holder – but this origami themed holder with bright yellow paint takes a plain project up a notch. You’ll love it!
Alisa found simple jewelry display hands at a craft store and made them her own. Although they are really for selling your own jewelry, they look beautiful painted and added to a dish for home use!
When I first saw this I thought that it would definitely be something I might see in an Anthropologie! Such a cute little clay ring holder, and I love the polka dots.
Caitlin loves to wear numerous rings at once and needed something to put her rings on at night. She came up with this simple pine board design that displays the rings nicely!
Add some pigment to concrete mix for these stylish ring holders. It is really easy to get the cone shape!
Follow this easy tutorial to make a glitter ring dish – get your favorite baubles organized and make your life easier and cuter!
Inspired by a ring dish from Oliver Bonas, Isoscella created this clay ring holder of her own. I like hers better than the original!
Wooden Bobbin Rack
Turn a craft store bobbin rack into oodles of ring storage! Hang it (as shown) or leave the legs on it so it can stand on your vanity.
This clay ring dish is stamped with initials. A great gift idea for newlyweds!
Hand Painted Clay
Make a cute little clay ring dish with hand painted accents! These darling dishes are a pretty personalized gift, and are so easy to make.
Wood Ring Box
Molly turned an acacia salt cellar into a beautiful ring box. See how she uses a kitchen sponge in this tutorial!
Polymer clay and a jumbo cookie cutter are all you need to get the shape of this ring dish. Then you just add some painted touches.
Here are some other fun pineapple crafts you may like!
Learn how you can make your own gorgeous, marbled clay ring stands! Perfect for your engagement and wedding rings . . . and even better for wedding pictures!
See how easy it is to turn any existing box into a ring holder! Laura shows you with one of her many decorative boxes.
Hexagon Ring Dishes
Roll out white clay and cut out hexagon shapes. You then lay them over the bottom of a bowl and bake them. The gold detail was added using a gold leaf pen!
Animal Ring Holder
Turn a toy giraffe or dinosaur into a chic jewelry holder. This one was 'painted' using nail polish, but you could use any paint you may have on hand.
If you like this, you'll love this animal canvas art.
Pick up a skeleton hand cheap after Halloween. You can use it as-is or spray paint it and then add rings to the fingers!
This tutorial is really for a macaron coin purse, but it can easily be used for ring storage. It would be great as a travel ring holder!
A handprint art ring dish or jewelry bowl made with marbled polymer clay is a unique homemade gift idea that kids can make! I love it when craft ideas are useful, and this is a great example of that.
These beautiful pyramid ring holders were made using Plaster of Paris and gold glitter! They look so sophisticated, don't they?
See how to use a jasmine star stitch to create these beautiful ring dishes or valet trays. This stitch creates a very thick and sturdy piece that looks great!
An empty vintage cigar box gets a new life as a ring holder!
Brass Ring Holder
This DIY ring holder reminds me of the bracelet displays you see in stores, just smaller! It is made with a square dowel and brass tubing.
Claire created a few different scallop shell ring holders. She painted the top, decoupaged napkins on the bottom and added little plastic sea creatures to hold some rings.
A wood slice and some cup hooks look great as a ring holder! You could hang it on the wall or attach something on the back so it sits upright on your dresser.
Diana made this gold antler ring holder after seeing something similar in a store. The antler is made using clay and is then attached to a white soap dish.
This ring display would look great hanging on a bedroom wall! Not only do you use an embroidery hoop, you also do a bit of embroidery.
This easy ring dish started with a clay saucer similar to a terra cotta planter base. You can't go wrong with a splatter paint design!
Push Pin Canvas
Although this looks like a wood piece with little pegs, it is really just a small canvas with push pins held in place with rubber earring backs! Paint it all one color and it really looks like it is way more expensive than it is.
Have a little who just loves air dry clay projects? Use it to make a cat-themed ring dish. Great DIY Mother's Day gift idea!
So which of these DIY ring holders do you like best? Let me know in the comments and then check out these other popular jewelry-related crafts: