DIY Ring Holder.

Since I’m sorting my dressing area out I’ve been on the look out for different things to help me organise ALL the disgusting amount of things that I own! Okay, it’s not disgusting but you know what I mean! This is how my rings have been organised for a couple of years now…

BORING & super ANNOYING to find my rings! However I thought I’d have a go at making my own ring holder :) It was super easy & I had pretty much everything I needed to make it at home! Here’s what I used…

You can use any size lid of a box… I chose a fairly big one to fit ALL of my rings :) Also I used black material so it would match my lovely dressing table :) So… Here’s a step by step guide on just HOW I made it…

You can always use those bendy curlers instead of kitchen wipes - but I didn’t have any handy :) To give it that extra ‘PIZAZZ‘ I spray painted my lid GOLD :)

How do you store you rings? Let me know :)


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73 Responses to DIY Ring Holder.

  1. Gaby says:

    Wow, taht is very cool! I would have never thought about this! Thanks! =D

  2. Priya says:

    Omg this is brilliant!
    I wanna try doing this lol :)

    • Kaushal says:

      Yay :) You should deffo do it xx

      • Priya says:

        will do! because all my accessories are getting thrown around here and there and its just all out of hand right now, i feel so unorganized! & ive been trying to look for a better jewelry organizer for necklaces and all the earings and what not that i have so ill def try doing this & hopefully it’ll help me out with my rings & stuff :) ill let you know how that goes!


        • Kaushal says:

          Same as! LOL I can’t wait to see what you do to it all xx

          • Priya says:

            lol ohhh its going to take me a while because ive been so busy with school and working, but hopefully by christmas time, ill be a bit more organized lol! umm I had a quick question, what kind of black fabric is it that you’re using? Is it like nylon?


          • Kaushal says:

            LOL I’m sure you’ll have more time on your holidays! I think it’s silk? We had it laying around in the house… Try and use soft material that will roll easily & not be too crunchy :) xx

  3. Aseya says:

    That’s so pretty! I’m a big fan of the ‘my jewelry shelf looks like a thrift store’ look haha. I always manage to find cute little baskets or things to store my stuff in. Right now, I have a pink dish that was originally for dip and veggies, I think. It’s a big flower and all the petals are little dishes. I also like those plastic ice cube trays from Ikea. They come in different little sizes, I have the one with flowers and I store each ring in one of the ice cube compartments. Actually, you’ve just inspired me to make a post on that! :)

    • Kaushal says:

      Ooooh, I’m loving the ice cube idea for all your ice ;) I’ll deffo be checking them out next time I head to Ikea I love finding random things from Ikea - it’s a really good store for cheap little bits & bobs :) xx

  4. Amrita says:

    Fab idea! Feel free to make me one as I have ZERO creativity. LOL!

    • Kaushal says:

      LOL OMG, I’m totally gonna do it! I have loads of stuff left over however my spray painting skills are pretty appalling! So I’ll do just the lid & rolls for you ;) (when I’m bored, hahaha!!) xx

  5. Sriya says:

    Omg well done you!! I never thought about making one :-O Defo using this to do mine now! Forget buying one.. THANK YOU

    P.s. I am in love with your ring collection!! xxx

    • Kaushal says:

      I don’t even wear most of them… I have favourites every now and again but it’s always changing hehe! Yep, deffo - make one then blog it LOL we’re such bloggers ;) xx

  6. COURTZMELV says:

    WOW, thats so creative; never seen anything like this done before, may have to try it out myself over the xmas holidays if i have any free time!

  7. Henessy says:

    OMG this is soooo creative and practical. I have so many rings and I neglect them because I cant find them. I willd definitely be trying this for my storage.

  8. Nilufar says:

    OMG this is sooo coool…i’m gonna use this for my evergrowing collection of bangles…I wish i had space for the rings one in my teeny tiny room. but sadly I don’t

    Great Post


  9. Sami says:

    Wow - this is such a creative idea…. and i love your ring collection…. my hands are weirdly small which means I can’t wear many high-street rings :-(

    • Kaushal says:

      Thanks Sami :) I’m pretty sure it’s Miss Selfridge or Topshop that so XS rings in some designs :) If not you could always get ring snuggies from Claire’s to make them smaller :) xx

  10. Rinz says:

    awesome!!! thanks for the tutorial

  11. sabina says:

    wow your sooo creative

  12. vikki @ says:

    ooh that looks so cute!

    deffo giving that a go my jewellery is soooo messy at the moment, keep losing bits in all the clutter!

  13. Sana says:

    Oh my god thats amazing!!! V.Creative :) x

  14. Caz says:

    I’ve got to try that out, my rings are everywhere at the minute! x

  15. Annette says:

    wow!! that’s such an awesome idea!!! that is very resourceful!! I love it! I might try it one of these days coz my rings are just layin around everywhere… LOL.. thanks for sharing!

  16. Alisa says:

    Such a nice idea! :)

  17. Martyna says:

    i dont have that many rings but, oh my world! this is amazing, so beautiful! and really easy to do i think! thanks for the idea! you’re really creative :-) x x

  18. donnadell says:

    WOW thats such a smart idea i’m totally doing this!! thanks for shareing!

  19. sierra says:

    um, this is gorgeous!
    thanks for the tips!
    love your blog!

  20. Kim's Vanity says:

    Awesome tutorial! I love ho creative your posts always are .. always seem to learn something!!

  21. Kate Gene says:

    New follower here! Your blog is one of the best I have ever come across! I spent a lot of time catching up on your old posts. :)

    This is an awesome idea! I have really been getting into DIY projects lately.

    BTW, I love your bold, black rings. They’re gorgeous!


    • Kaushal says:

      Awww that’s really nice of you! Lol, thanks I think one’s from Dorothy Perkins & the flower one is from Miss Selfridge :)
      OH! And the round black with the little diamonds around it is surprisingly from Peacocks! LOL xx

  22. bhumika says:

    hey i loved looks so nice n easy n pretty…loved ur blog..joined check out mine..

  23. Claudia says:

    This is so COOL, thanks for the tutorial.
    I’ll try this out!


  24. Lisa says:

    i just came across your blog. its soooo cute!!! I really love this post since i LOVE rings. I am definitely going to try it and follow your blog!


  25. Arezu says:

    Wow this is brilliant! Thanks for sharing, I’m going to keep this in mind for the future.

  26. Jill says:

    I tryed this with an old heeled shoe! It looks so good, really easy to do!
    Check out my blog i love yours! xox

  27. City Girl (EC1) says:

    That’s fantastic! Would make a great Christmas present too! Like the gold lid :) x

  28. Saim says:

    I just threw out like 20 shoe boxes! I had a feeling I
    should be using them to do some DIY projects. Anyway, LOVE this
    ring holder. It’s so simple & helps keep rings organized. This
    page is def going to be bookmarked so I remember to try it sometime ;)

    • Kaushal says:

      Aww thanks my lovely :) and ah damn! I hate wen that happens! But I’m sure you’ll find a lid or 2 when you least expect it :) x

  29. kayD says:

    you are an absolute genius.
    i’ve searched everywhereee on the internet for DIY ring holders - and yours is so simple and creative - and like you, i have tons of rings just cluttered together - so it really is so hard to see what you actually have a choose it with an outfit.
    i’m always on a hunt for my rings hehe
    thanks doll, your amazing !

  30. sabine says:

    i like the final result only i don’t like the fact how much fabric you used. there can be other variations, in the middle you could try to put a rolled carton…

    sorry for my bad english

    • Kaushal says:

      Hi Sabine, thanks for your comments! It was made with things I already has laying around in the house which is why I used what I used. You can always use different materials - this was just my personal DIY thing!

  31. Serena says:

    This is a really great guide, love your pictures and clear text! Good job :)

  32. Camille says:

    wow thank you so much. i’ve been looking for stores where they sell ring holders, but this will be way cheaper and for sure i can personalize this. :)

  33. Alexander says:

    So I just started a beauty blog and I love the idea of making this! So I’m gonna play around with your instructions and try to make my own version of this cause my jewelry just gets thrown everywhere.

  34. Missy says:

    Girl i love this idea and your creativity, i don’t have so many rings but if i did i would so enjoy recreating this myself

  35. Sarah says:

    I love it! I want your rings to go with it though! ;) You have a great collection!

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