DIY – Clay ring dish

DIY - Clay ring dish

After my ring storage box I also wanted a place to put the extra special pieces. I love the look of ring dishes. They are cute, stylish and a perfect place to keep your favorite rings. So I decided to make a clay ring dish in white and gold to go with my palmistry hand an my golden hand. Aren’t they a perfect trio?

Learn how to make a clay ring dish after the jump. . .

 

What you need for a DIY clay ring dish

 

 

How to make a DIY clay ring dish

DIY - Clay ring dish

1. Roll out your clay until it’s about 1/5 of an inch in thickness. Create a nice pattern by pressing your stamp into the clay.

 

DIY - Clay ring dish

2. Use a large round cookie cutter to cut out a round disk. Put this disk in a bowl to shape it into a ring dish. Let it dry.

 

DIY - Clay ring dish

3. Use gold paint to paint some details on your dish.

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    Pat Schwab
    March 13, 2016 at 9:58 am

    Wilma, Your ring dish is so delicate looking and pretty. Everything looks great together for your new display. Give yourself a hand. Oops, sorry I just couldn’t resist. Pat S

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      Wilma
      March 17, 2016 at 2:52 pm

      Haha. Thanks Pat!

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