Friday, August 22, 2014

How to Make a Glamorous Ring Holder Tutorial

By on Friday, August 22, 2014 3 Comments

Taking off your rings to wash your hands is a good thing because the soap will be thoroughly washed away.  Otherwise such residue can irritate the skin.  Putting your rings on the sink might be a bit dodgy as they could easily fall into the sinkhole.  So having a ring holder is definitely an asset. But having a glamorous ring holder is even better especially if you are a jewelry maker!



The instructions on how to make one is by Nash over on Craft a Doodle Doo. Very creative use of a souvenir Eiffel tower on top of a round mirror surrounded with glued on crystals.  Wonder what else you can find to substitute an Eiffel tower?

Like recycling?  Then check out the awesome egg carton version I wrote about some time ago.

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Original Post by THE BEADING GEM
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3 comments:

  1. Wow Pearl - I went and re-read the one about the egg carton ring holder and was amazed at the woman who found her ring on the carrot!

    Can you imagine that!

    I remember a friend of my mother's who lost her diamond out of her ring when pulling taffy (remember those days)!

    This is a neat change from how to make a piece of jewelry - to how to keep a piece of jewelry.

    Always appreciated Pearl!

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  2. You're welcome. Just remember these kinds of ring holders are best for the home. Someone I know took off her rings at the doctor's office bathroom and forgot about them. She lost all of them including some really sentimental rings.

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  3. Oh no! That would have been so upsetting!

    I know if that had been me - I would have kicked myself for years to come!

    I don't understand how people can't turn in things like that instead of pocketing them. I would feel guilty showing up with them on my fingers or pawning them!

    Shame on them!

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